CRNA Salary Survey

  1. this is for crna's!!!!!!
    as far as salary, what group do you fall into with how many years of experience?
    1. 80-90k
    2. 90-100k
    3. 100-110k
    4. 110-120k
    5. 120-130k
    6. 130-140k
    7. 140-150k
    8. 150 and up

    thanks!!!

    admin note: as of 7-19-04 i just added a poll with the question from the original post. please remember to be nice to other posters, there is no need for personal attacks. thanks brian
    Last edit by brian on Jul 19, '04
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  2. Poll: CRNA's what salary group do you fall into with how many years of experience?

    • 80-90K

      5.41% 6
    • 90-100K

      5.41% 6
    • 100-110K

      3.60% 4
    • 110-120K

      7.21% 8
    • 120-130K

      9.01% 10
    • 130-140K

      15.32% 17
    • 140-150K

      10.81% 12
    • 150 and up

      43.24% 48
    111 Votes
  3. 30 Comments

  4. by   kidluvinRN
    How about way less than any of your options, after 4 years! Do nurses really make this???????
  5. by   Euskadi1946
    Quote from stldmbfan
    As far as salary, what group do you fall into with how many years of experience?
    1. 80-90K
    2. 90-100K
    3. 100-110K
    4. 110-120K
    5. 120-130K
    6. 130-140K
    7. 140-150K
    8. 150 and up

    Thanks!!!

    Wow!! way way below #1. But then I work M/F with weekends and holidays off.
  6. by   ctbsurf
    this is for CRNA income not a RN salary
  7. by   RN92
    You're joking, right? A more accurate scale would be between 40k-90k for a regular staff position as RN.You're not going to see over 100k unless you are a specialist like crna, fnp, bypass RN, etc...or unless you do alot of overtime.
  8. by   salvati08
    I am talking about a CRNA, not a RN. I did post this in the CRNA section didn't I?
  9. by   salvati08
    Why do you all get the idea I am talking about a RN? This is in the CRNA section!
  10. by   salvati08
    Quote from ERslave
    You're joking, right? A more accurate scale would be between 40k-90k for a regular staff position as RN.You're not going to see over 100k unless you are a specialist like crna, fnp, bypass RN, etc...or unless you do alot of overtime.
    ARE YOU JOKING? DID YOU READ WHAT SECTION YOU ARE UNDER???
  11. by   loisane
    Quote from stldmbfan
    THIS IS FOR CRNA'S!!!!!!
    As far as salary, what group do you fall into with how many years of experience?
    1. 80-90K
    2. 90-100K
    3. 100-110K
    4. 110-120K
    5. 120-130K
    6. 130-140K
    7. 140-150K
    8. 150 and up

    Thanks!!!
    I don't know how myself, but isn't there a way to ask your question as a poll? That way people can respond annonomously.

    I don't know how you are going to factor out the non-CRNA nurses who seem to have trouble reading plain English, though ;-)

    loisane crna
  12. by   RN92
    Quote from stldmbfan
    ARE YOU JOKING? DID YOU READ WHAT SECTION YOU ARE UNDER???
    Actually, I was under "latest posts" on the home page. When you post a note (even though its under a specific category)-it will also show up on the home page. Sorry if you were offended!! You should see someone about your hostility/anger issues. I wasnt the only one that misunderstood you.!
  13. by   RN92
    His/her original post did not say FOR CRNA nurses......he/she edited it after the fact. Yall are really making a mountain out of a mole hill. Maybe you should consider a NON-STRESSFUL career goal-like case management or something along those lines.
    Last edit by ERslave on Jul 15, '04
  14. by   Kiwi
    Quote from kidluvinRN
    How about way less than any of your options, after 4 years! Do nurses really make this???????

    <---I see we have new smilies. And how appropriate!!!
  15. by   EmeraldNYL
    Even though it shows up in "latest threads" it still has the forum located on the right hand side of the page. Anyway, I wish I could answer your question, but I'm just a future SRNA. Did you check out gaswork.com and salary.com for approximate salaries in your area?

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