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Wondering if anyone would be willing to share how much they are making as a New NP and how many hours that is for?

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traumaRUs has 27 years experience as a MSN, APRN and works as a Asst Community Manager @ allnurses.

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Could you be more specific? There is a wide variety of salaries which can differ significantly on the type of NP you are, where in the US you work, etc. Thanks.

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djmatte has 7 years experience as a ADN, MSN, RN, NP and works as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

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100k out the gate in Michigan with 15 days pto and $1500/5 days off cme. They offered 10k lower and less leave originally.

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Cococure has 7 years experience and works as a RN on a mother/baby unit.

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Wishing there were more reply's to this thread. Having an idea would give new NP's a better salary range so that we don't take whatever comes down the tube. My advice ask around other people my know someone who graduated and what the pay range and benefits etc

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Wishing there were more reply's to this thread. Having an idea would give new NP's a better salary range so that we don't take whatever comes down the tube. My advice ask around other people my know someone who graduated and what the pay range and benefits etc

Or search here as there have been many threads.

In Washington DC/Maryland suburbs the savvy new grad psychiatric NPs are starting at $150,000+ benefits.

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Cococure has 7 years experience and works as a RN on a mother/baby unit.

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Thanks Jules but those salaries are not in my neck of the woods. There is a much older thread that had speacialty/location/salary/yrs of experience/benefits and that was a great thread

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djmatte has 7 years experience as a ADN, MSN, RN, NP and works as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

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Wages are coming down due to an oversupply of new NPs. Saw this today for a position in Southern California.

$30 to $40 an hour.

Nurse Practitioner / Infusion Therapy job - Palisades Integrative Wellness Center - Pacific Palisades, CA | Indeed.com

Just reiterating here...that job is for an RN. Not an NP and certainly isn't reflective of NP pay.

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Wages are coming down due to an oversupply of new NPs. Saw this today for a position in Southern California.

$30 to $40 an hour.

Nurse Practitioner / Infusion Therapy job - Palisades Integrative Wellness Center - Pacific Palisades, CA | Indeed.com

While NP pay is generally terrible that job is primarily for RNs. I think they threw NP in the chance they get a moron to apply. 25-40 in Cali for a RN is absolutely abysmal in any case.

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I work for a national hospitalist/LTC company. The pay is RVU based, but the expectation for new grads is approximately 12 patient encounters a day, and 95k, ish.

Average benefits, high deductible health insurance plan, and 5 weeks PTO.

With experience, many NPs are able to see more than 12 pts a day, and they are compensated accordingly.

It is productivity driven.

It is not uncommon to earn 150k or more. This is for a 40 hour week.

There are a couple of people who apparently work more than 40 hours and make 200k, or even more.

20 patients a day in LTC is doable, with organization and experience.

On the other hand, I know providers who can't seem to get their act together, see residents, dictate, and bill.

They get caught up in perfection, and can't see the forest because of the damn trees.

The state agency where I was previously employed starts new grads out around 85k and tops out at 110k. Better benefits, but a bunch of politics you have to deal with. No overtime, little opportunity to earn extra by doing more.

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FullGlass has 1 years experience as a BSN, MSN and works as a Adult and Geriatric Primary Care NP.

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New grad primary care FQHC in rural area in California with very low cost of living. Base salary $110K plus bonuses of about $15 K so up to about $124K first year potential. I am an Adult and Geri NP. If I were an FNP I could work the Saturday clinic and make $800 for 4 hours of work, so that would add up pretty fast.

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AnaLong has 1 years experience and works as a Family Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse.

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MS no experience FNP at FQHC was $97000. After 2 years got a raise now $100k+. All benefits and must take rotation call.

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