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Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) (United States), Today's Pay Rates, Payscale.com:
http://www.payscale.com/salary-survey/vid-32928/fid-6886

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Registered Nurse (RN) (United States), Today's Pay Rates, Payscale.com:
http://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Registered_Nurse_(RN)/Hourly_Rate

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State Rankings for RN Salaries, Ultimatenurse.com:"I found this very interesting. It ranks states by average RN salary and then it adjusts the rankings by using the cost of living in that state. Texas seems to be the best state for RN salaries when cost of living is figured in while Hawaii is last. Maine and New Hampshire have been left out because they couldn't get reliable statistics."
http://www.nursingdiscussions.com/salaries

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A Comparison of Nursing Salaries, By: Seana McFadden:"Some thoughts on why nurses are not paid what they are worth. Do salaries reflect the fact that nursing is predominantly a female profession? Are nurses adequately compensated for their years of experience? Do institutions compensate nurses for their many years of service?"
http://www4.desales.edu/~nursing/Seana/NursingSalaries_files/frame.htm

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Nurse Salaries & Nursing Salary Surveys, Allied Physicians, Inc.:"There is a shortage of nurses and mid level health care providers throughout the world. We congratulate providers who maximize health care. Try our free employment search services. Custom searches are provided free of charge to well trained nurses, pharmacists and radiology professionals. Nursing salaries are most often dependent on the needs of a community and the work load, schedule, training, expertise, and experience required."
Allied Physicians, Inc.
4590 Hwy 1 #131
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
http://www.allied-physicians.com/salary-surveys/nursing/

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Salaries, Nursing 2000 Inc.:"Salaries are competitive with other professions and attracting more men and women into nursing. In the central Indiana area, a new graduate starts out at approximately $35,000-$37,000 per year. Nationally, the average salary of an RN employed fulltime is $46,782. A highly experienced registered nurse, for example in a hospital setting, can earn $56,000 base salary per year. The nurse who works evenings, nights or weekends receives added compensation. Nurses choosing careers in advanced practice, administration, education and research may earn more, depending on the amount of responsibility associated with their role."
http://www.nursing2000inc.org/salaries.html

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Nursing Salaries, Nurses for a Healthier Tomorrow (NHT):"Financial compensation for nurses varies according to geographic location, type of nursing, years of experience and level of education. Starting salaries for entry level staff nurses range from $30,000 to $45,000 per year, plus additional pay for evening, night and weekend shifts. Benefit packages often include health insurance, vacation, holiday pay, college tuition reimbursement, childcare, flexible scheduling and pension plans. Clinical Nurse Specialists and nurses with advanced degrees make considerably higher salaries."
Nurses for a Healthier Tomorrow/STTI
Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International
550 West North Street Indianapolis, IN 46202
bennison@stti.iupui.edu
http://www.nursesource.org/nursing_careers.html

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Salary survey, Nursing, Oct 2003 by Robinson, Eileen S, Mee, Cheryl L:"IN 2003, MORE THAN 2,600 participants responded to our annual salary survey, and they brought good news: Overall, annual salaries and hourly rates have increased. Across all position titles, the annual salary gains reported in 2003 were significant compared with salaries reported in 2002. What's more, a significantly higher proportion of respondents to this year's survey made $65,000/year or more-15% in 2003, compared with 8% and 4%, respeclively, in the previous 2 survey years.* The average salary reported by respondents to this survey is $49,634, which is $4,000 more than what we reported in 2002 ($45,498) and almost $8,000 more than we reported in 2001 ($41,995)."
http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3689/is_200310/ai_n9330720

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Nursing Education in Tennessee, Nursing Salaries:"Nursing salary ranges depend upon region of the country, type of education and experience, type of facility and job description. Facility size is a major factor in nursing salaries -- the larger the facilities and number and types of beds (ICU, med-surg, etc.) the higher the salary. Over the past few years, although nursing salaries have risen across the board, the largest increases have been for experienced nurses. Based on Bureau of Labor statistics, the figures listed below are the national and Tennessee average nursing salaries earned in 2000.
http://nursing-education-tn.org/c7.htm

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Case Management Salaries, What Does a Case Manager Do and Earn? Kaplan College:"Case manager salaries have increased on average 14 percent since 2000, with some case managers reporting income in excess of $75,000 annually. Workers' compensation and managed care case managers have reported salaries averaging $55,000 per year.*"
Kaplan College Online Admissions
6409 Congress Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33487
Tel: 866-523-3473 (Toll Free)* Tel: 561-981-7300 (International)
Fax: 888-564-6745 (Toll Free)
Health Care Pathways: infohcp@kaplancollege.edu
http://www.kaplancollege.com/hcp/programs/cmcMain.aspx

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Nursing Faculty Salaries Post Continued Increases, Aacn Survey Shows:"Mostly Modest Gains, However, Come As Many Schools Work to Stem Faculty Shortages. Doctorally prepared professors at nursing schools at the nation's universities and four-year colleges are earning an average of $66,132 in the current 1998-99 academic year, up 2.7 percent above a year ago, according to the latest salary survey by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN).
American Association of Colleges of Nursing
One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530 Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 463-6930 - Fax: (202) 785-8320
webmaster@aacn.nche.edu
http://www.aacn.nche.edu/Media/NewsReleases/fcsl99.htm

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NP Salary Summary, Nurse Practitioner Support Services:
10024 S.E. 240th St., Suite #102, Kent, WA 98031
Phone: 253.852.9042 Fax: 253.852.7725, npss@nurse.net
http://www.nurse.net/cgi-bin/start.cgi/salary/index.html

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The Climb Continues NP Salaries Increase, but at a Slower Pace: Results of the 2001 National Salary Survey of Nurse Practitioners:"Worried that nurse practitioner salaries are stagnating or dropping? National statistics show the opposite: The 2001 National Salary Survey of Nurse Practitioners, an exclusive service of ADVANCE for Nurse Practitioners, found that NP salaries are continuing to rise. According to survey results, the average annual NP salary has increased $4,781, or 8.19%, over the past 2 years (Table 1)."
http://www.advancefornp.com/npsalsurv01.html

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Movin' On Up What a Difference Two Years Makes Results of the ADVANCE 1999 National Salary Survey Of Nurse Practitioners:"Amidst sometimes rancorous debate about oversupply, the average nurse practitioner salary has increased by nearly $6,000 during the past 2 years, according to the ADVANCE 1999 National Salary Survey of Nurse Practitioners. The average full-time nurse practitioner salary increased by $5,859 since 1997, when the average full-time NP salary was $52,532. In 1999, the average NP earned an annual salary of $58,391 (Table 1). Although money is a sensitive subject for most people, it apparently is not taboo for nurse practitioners today. After ADVANCE for Nurse Practitioners published results of the first-ever national survey of nurse practitioner salaries in January 1998, our staff could not keep up with the ensuing reprint requests."
http://www.advancefornp.com/npsalsurv99.html

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Advance For Nurse Practitioners, 1997 Salary Survey: Who's Making What — and Where:"'Robert' is a nurse practitioner with two NP certifications who works in a surgery setting in San Francisco. He probably makes more money than you do. Robert's gender, specialty and region all contribute to his salary of $72,000. Why? First, Robert is a man. Men continue to earn more than their female counterparts in most work settings, and that disparity also exists in the nurse practitioner field--even though men comprise only 4% of the profession. Geography also influences Robert's salary. Working in a metropolitan area boosts an NP's earnings, and nurse practitioners in the Pacific earn higher salaries than their colleagues in other parts of the country. And lastly, Robert works in the highest-paying NP workplace setting: surgery."
http://www.advancefornp.com/npsalsurv97.html

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medicalcareersource.com, Nursing salaries are rising, but one local hospital says they are not the only factor in nurse retention:"The National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses for 2000 showed that the average annual salary of full-time RNs had increased to $46,782. The national average for LPNs was $29,440. According to the American Nurses Association, in 2001 hospital staff nurses earned $36,618, administrators earned $45,071, instructors earned $36,896, supervisors earned $38,979, clinical nurse specialists earned $41,226, nurse practitioners earned $43,636, and nurse anesthetists earned $76,053. Average national RN salaries also vary by education level. A nurse can earn an average of $46, 500 with a BSN, $43,000 with an associate degree, and $42,000 with a diploma. Data also shows that certification pays, with certified nurses earning $46,446 versus $39,573 for non-certified nurses."
http://www.medicalcareersource.com/articles/nursesalaries.html

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New York, St. Mary's Hospital, Nursing Salaries and Shift Rates:"Base rate of $17.00 per hour (with one year's experience), with additional credit for further experience. $2.00 per hour premium (plus differential) in addition to your base rate for evening shifts. $3.00 per hour premium (plus differential) in addition to your base rate for night shifts. $1,500 hiring bonus for all shifts."
427 Guy Park Ave Amsterdam, NY 12010
Tel: 518-842-1900 Webmaster@smha.org
http://www.smha.org/nsg_salaries_rates.php

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Oklahoma, Nursing Salaries and Nursing Benefits, Professional Resources for Nurses, Inc.:"While your salary is determined by geographical region and clinical specialty - Pay rates are individualized for each hospital and will vary for each assignment. If you are serious about working with PRN , then let us meet or beat the wages from other organizations for similar job openings."
Professional Resources for Nurses, Inc.
P.O. Box 10156 Enid, Oklahoma 73702
Telephone: (580) 233-5999 Toll Free: (800) 427-8334
Fax: (580) 233-5909 FAX: (800) 332-4137
recruiting@prntravelnurse.com
http://www.prntravelnurse.com/salary_and_benefits.html

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United Kingdom: St. Andrew's Group of Hospitals, Nursing salaries & benefits:"Salaries applicable from April 2002 - March 2003 Nursing Assistants: Grade A - £10,293.60 – £12,390.87 Grade B - £12,131.05 – £13,720.98 Grade C - £14,055.97 – £16,547.68 St Andrew's Hospital allowance of £550 per annum A relevant staff induction programme Registered Nurses: Grade D - £16,521.26 – £18,812.35 Grade E - £18,232.32 – £21,907.94 Grade F - £20,061.16 – £23,119.74 Grade G - £23,119.74 – £29,804.47
St. Andrew's Hospital
Billing Road Northampton
NN1 5DG United Kingdom
Tel: 01604 616000 Fax: 01604 232325
email admin@standrew.co.uk
http://www.stah.org/en/1/recnursal.html

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The Nursing Salary Management System®, Nisbet & Associates, Inc:"Managing nursing salaries is a challenge for health systems across the country. With nursing salaries accounting for 50-60% of a hospital's wage and salary budget, nursing managers have tremendous accountability for performance … which is hampered by shrinking staffing resources and frequent burnout. Nursing staffing is highly complex, affected by the patient care model, three shifts, multiple managers, centralized staffing functions, union contracts, and patient acuity."
371 S. Dunes Drive Suite D-21
Pawleys Island, SC 29585
Phone: 843/237-2970 Fax: 843/235-0684
Email: info@nisbet-associates.com
http://www.nisbet-associates.com/nursesal.htm

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Average earnings and hours of nonsupervisory workers in private health services by industry segment, 2000:"As in most industries, professionals and managers working in health services typically earn more than other workers do. Earnings in individual health services occupations vary as widely as their duties, level of education and training, and amount of responsibility (table 4). Some establishments offer tuition reimbursement, paid training, child daycare services, and flexible work hours. Healthcare establishments that must be staffed around the clock to care for patients and handle emergencies often pay premiums for overtime and weekend work, holidays, late shifts, and time spent on call. Bonuses and profit-sharing payments also may add to earnings."
http://stats.bls.gov/oco/cg/cgs035.htm#earnings

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Realtor.com, Salary Calculator:"The Salary Calculator is a wonderful resource in estimating cost of living, however it does not cover all criteria in its data. For more information, take a look at our FAQ. Some areas of the country are so different in terms of climate and city or urban life that we've developed this list of "additional costs" you might incur when moving to a new environment. For example, someone moving from Phoenix to New York will probably have to expand their winter closet to include a wool jacket, long underwear and boots, or they may have to spend extra money for parking their vehicle. However, they will no longer have to worry about buying the chemicals needed for upkeep of their swimming pool or changing car batteries every two years.

Anyone Can Negotiate Their Salary--THIS MEANS YOU!:"Nothing is too good for JobStar readers! So Electra asked the author of the BEST Salary Negotiation guide on the market to offer his BEST salary negotiation tip!"
http://jobstar.org/tools/salary/chapman.htm

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Nursing Career Plans and Salary Survey Report 2001-2002 Graduates, Career Services, University of Pennsylvania:"Each year Career Services surveys graduates of the School of Nursing to identify their post-graduation plans. This report summarizes information reported by the December 2001, May 2002 and August 2002 graduates who responded to the survey. BSN Graduates, MSN Graduates, Doctoral Level Graduates."
Career Services
University of Pennsylvania
Suite 20
McNeil Building
898-4381
http://www.vpul.upenn.edu/careerservices/nursing/sonsurvey2002.html

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Career Services Center Guide to Negotiating Salary & Benefits:"Let's face it, salary negotiation is unpleasant! Most job seekers feel anxious, embarrassed and uncomfortable when the time comes to discuss salaries. Advice such as "never bring up the issue of salary, let the interviewer say it first," is rarely helpful if you don't have any idea of how to respond when the topic does come up. This handout is designed to give you some basic information about negotiating salaries and benefits as part of your job search. For additional information, please refer to the list of books on the back of this page, or talk to a career counselor."
http://www.usfca.edu/usf/career/salary.html

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2000-2001 Nursing Salary Statistics:

Allnursingschools.com, Nursing Salary Statistics:"Nursing salaries vary widely by region of the country, amount of experience, amount of education, and the type of facility, so keep in mind that these statistics are only general guidance in helping you to assess options for your nursing career. At a top level, the recently released National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses for 2000, conducted by the Health Resources and Services Administration, shows that the average annual salary of full-time Registered Nurses has increased to $46,782. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that in 1998, half of all registered nurses earned more than $40,690. The middle 50 percent earned between $34,430 and $49,070 a year. The highest 10 percent earned more than $69,300 a year, and the lowest 10 percent earned less than $29,480. Many employers offer flexible work schedules, child care, educational benefits, and bonuses.
http://www.allnursingschools.com/faqs/salaries.php

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Salaries By Region, (Source: Nursing2001, March 2001)

Region Register Nurses (RNs) Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses (LPN/LVNs)
New England $17.07 $14.65
Middle Atlantic $16.78 $12.08
East North Central $16.30 $12.60
West North Central $14.70 $10.84
South Atlantic $15.74 $11.53
East South Central $14.29 $10.11
West South Central $15.04 $10.63
Mountain $15.75 $11.76
Pacific $18.28 $14.16

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