Salary poll---please help

  1. I am currently renegotiating and thinking of possibly moving, just would like to know where my income range is at on comparison

    thanks



    poll for W2 earnings----not locums or self employed
    just full time employees with groups or hospitals------

    How much was your gross for 2003?
    Last edit by nilepoc on Apr 23, '04 : Reason: ###added CRNA to title####
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  2. Poll: What was your gross CRNA salary in 2003 with average hours worked per week?

    • less than $100k and less than 45 hours per week

      23.33% 7
    • less than $100k and greater than 45 hours per week

      6.67% 2
    • $100-150k with less than 45 hrs per week

      23.33% 7
    • $100-150k with greater than 45 hrs per week

      3.33% 1
    • $150-175k with less than 45 hrs per week

      16.67% 5
    • $150-175k with greater than 45 hrs per week

      3.33% 1
    • $175-200k with less than 45 hrs per week

      3.33% 1
    • $175-200k with greater than 45 hrs per week

      3.33% 1
    • greater than $200k with less than 45 hrs per week

      6.67% 2
    • greater than $200k with greater than 45 hrs per week

      10.00% 3
    30 Votes
  3. 8 Comments

  4. by   weezieRN
    I think you should have lowered your numbers a little, or you must be dreaming that the average nurse working 45 hrs or less is making 100,000 should have started out at less than 50,000.
  5. by   TraumaNurse
    These are CRNA salaries!
  6. by   gwenith
    Yeah! You left off - will work for peanuts and beer
  7. by   weezieRN
    I apologize, must not have read the entire heading or location of posting, can you retract your vote from the poll? Will gladly do so so you can have and accurate number for your poll. Good Luck job hunting or negotiating.
  8. by   alansmith52
    I am intrested in the results of a poll like this but i think you've had some non CRNA's replay wich sques your data.
    and keep in mind I ll bet there are mostly students and perspecives on this board. not exclusivily there are many CRNA's as well but I think the bulk are students.


    Quote from weezieRN
    I apologize, must not have read the entire heading or location of posting, can you retract your vote from the poll? Will gladly do so so you can have and accurate number for your poll. Good Luck job hunting or negotiating.
  9. by   jdpete
    Quote from alansmith52
    I am intrested in the results of a poll like this but i think you've had some non CRNA's replay wich sques your data.
    and keep in mind I ll bet there are mostly students and perspecives on this board. not exclusivily there are many CRNA's as well but I think the bulk are students.

    I agree, the less than $100k is a little surprising to me, especially for a W2 total. I realized it was a lot of students, but I was hoping enough experienced CRNA's would reply. Someone mentioned earlier that there was another thread like this,,if anyone knows where it is let me know.

    thanks so far everybody
  10. by   CougRN
    the other post isn't for CRNA's, it's for RN's. some people have trouble reading the upper lines and seeing where the post is located. best of luck with your survey though.
  11. by   Chevelle
    In the cities that I am near, a CRNA has a starting straight salary of $110,000-140,000. Hope it helps a little.

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