Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Nursing Salary for the US just in, see how RN Salaries line up with the rest of the US Markets

Registered nurses in California earn the highest average annual salary of RNs in the U.S. at $101,260, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Hawaii is a close second at $90,130 followed by Massachusetts, Alaska and Oregon.

Where does your State fall on the scale of wages for RNs in the US?  Check this out and see for yourself.  In case you need to move, start the year off with a new address in a new state but, don't forget to apply for licensure reciprocity. 
Here are the average hourly wage and salary for registered nurses in all 50 states, based on BLS data gathered in May 2015, listed in alphabetical order.
Alabama
Hourly: $27.35
Annual Wage: $56,890

Alaska
Hourly: $42.55
Annual Wage: $88,510
Arizona
Hourly: $34.51
Annual Wage: $71,790
Arkansas
Hourly: $27.34
Annual Wage: $56,870
California
Hourly: $48.68
Annual Wage: $101,260
Colorado
Hourly: $33.65
Annual Wage: $69,990
Connecticut
Hourly: $37.18
Annual Wage: $77,330
Delaware
Hourly: $34.33
Annual Wage: $71,410
Florida
Hourly: $30.75
Annual Wage: $63,960
Georgia
Hourly: $30.38
Annual Wage: $63,190
Hawaii
Hourly: $43.33
Annual Wage: $90,130
Idaho
Hourly: $29.46
Annual Wage: $61,280
Illinois
Hourly: $33.54
Annual Wage: $69,760
Indiana
Hourly: $28.32
Annual Wage: $58,910
Iowa
Hourly: $26.46
Annual Wage: $55,040
Kansas
Hourly: $27.60
Annual Wage: $57,410
Kentucky
Hourly: $28.26
Annual Wage: $58,770
Louisiana
Hourly: $30.03
Annual Wage: $62,450
Maine
Hourly: $30.92
Annual Wage: $64,310
Maryland
Hourly: $35.19
Annual Wage: $73,200
Massachusetts
Hourly: $42.62
Annual Wage: $88,650
Michigan
Hourly: $32.54
Annual Wage: $67,690
Minnesota
Hourly: $34.77
Annual Wage: $72,310
Mississippi
Hourly: $27.39
Annual Wage: $56,980
Missouri
Hourly: $28.44
Annual Wage: $59,150
Montana
Hourly: $30.12
Annual Wage: $62,650
Nebraska
Hourly: $28.35
Annual Wage: $58,970
Nevada
Hourly: $39.16
Annual Wage: $81,460
New Hampshire
Hourly: $32.30
Annual Wage: $67,190
New Jersey
Hourly: $38.38
Annual Wage: $79,840
New Mexico
Hourly: $31.74
Annual Wage: $66,030
New York
Hourly: $37.96
Annual Wage: $78,950
North Carolina
Hourly: $29.07
Annual Wage: $60,460
North Dakota
Hourly: $28.31
Annual Wage: $58,890
Ohio
Hourly: $30.19
Annual Wage: $62,800
Oklahoma
Hourly: $28.39
Annual Wage: $59,040
Oregon
Hourly: $40.29
Annual Wage: $83,800
Pennsylvania
Hourly: $32.47
Annual Wage: $67,550
Rhode Island
Hourly: $36.74
Annual Wage: $76,410
South Carolina
Hourly: $29.38
Annual Wage: $61,110
South Dakota
Hourly: $26.49
Annual Wage: $55,100
Tennessee
Hourly: $27.67
Annual Wage: $57,560
Texas
Hourly: $33.60
Annual Wage: $69,890
Utah
Hourly: $29.33
Annual Wage: $61,000
Vermont
Hourly: $31.65
Annual Wage: $65,840
Virginia
Hourly: $31.41
Annual Wage: $65,340
West Virginia
Hourly: $27.89
Annual Wage: $58,010
Washington
Hourly: $37.56
Annual Wage: $78,130
Wisconsin
Hourly: $31.94
Annual Wage: $66,440
Wyoming
Hourly: $29.84
Annual Wage: $62,080

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