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2013 Salary Survey Results

Results are in from the latest ADVANCE for Nurses Salary Survey

The 2013 ADVANCE for Nurses Salary Survey results provide a snapshot of pay trends for registered nurses throughout the U.S.

Results presented here include national state-by-state hourly and salary comparisons, as well as regional pay rate by facility size, earnings by job title, earnings by work setting, earnings by highest degree and more. Click on the links below for regional results.

Mid-Atlantic & Lower Great Lakes



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In l980, my 62 yo father had a heart attack in Nevada. I was so impressed with the LOC, education and technology. The nursing staff HAD BSN's and were working on MSN's, computer charting was the norm, patient education was readily available on their TV monitors, just to name a few. So much for my faulty impression of regions beyond the north east. Congrats! I think the salaries reflect professional achievements. And more importantly, the achievement and salary compensation seems to have continued.

Patricia ,  Supervisor of Nursing,  StateSeptember 14, 2015

I am guessing this must be the average annual salary of RNs who responded to the survey from any given State. If most people who responded have advanced degrees and years of experience plus their overtime pays were counted in the annual income, then it will appear as an inflated annual income. I work in AZ but my annual income goes up to 150,000 because I work 4-5 days a wk and on a wk-end pay plan that brings up my hourly rate to 63/hr.

Omar August 18, 2015

THAT AVERAGE SALARY IS NOT TRUE IN THE Nashville TN area. In fact it is very much lower.

Jeanne ,  Staff RNMay 21, 2015
Nashville, TN

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