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2019 Nursing Salary Survey

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tnbutterfly - Mary is a BSN, RN and specializes in Peds, Med-Surg, Disaster Nsg, Parish Nsg.

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Once again, for the 17th consecutive year, Nursing has retained the top spot in the Gallup Poll for honesty and ethics. While it is wonderful that the nursing profession has been recognized for this honor by the public, are nurses getting paid what they should? The interactive results of this survey will allow you to see how your salary stacks up against other nurses with similar experience and level of education.

2019 Nursing Salary Survey

In February 2018, almost 17,000 members and readers in the United States and Canada holding an active nursing license participated in our allnurses online salary survey. The data was shared with readers via several interactive images. The results were surprising to some as they were able to compare not only the salaries across the states and Canada, but also the purchasing power based on cost of living, taxes, etc. It's now time for the 2019 Salary Survey and we hope you will participate.

Participate In Our Nursing Salary Survey

The survey will only take 5 minutes to complete.

Salary is a definite factor for those looking for a job. It also plays a big factor in retaining nurses. But there are other factors that may impact retention rates even more. Work environment, safe nurse-patient staffing ratios, and job satisfaction may be more important to the nurse who is trying to decide whether or not to leave.

In the 2017 Salary Survey, in order to look at nursing shortages across the country, we obtained data regarding nurses leaving the workforce: why and when. In 2018 we obtained detailed information about nurse/patient staffing ratios. This year, in addition to obtaining salary data, we are again seeking information about nurse/patient staffing ratios. Have they improved, gotten worse, or remained the same as last year?  We are also going to look at career satisfaction as well as job satisfaction. How have the changes over the years affected your outlook on the Nursing profession now and in years to come? Your feedback is important.

Join thousands of nurses who will be providing updated information about salaries, staffing ratios, and career and job satisfaction. Share this survey with all the nurses in your network.  The more participants we have, the louder our voice.

Your participation in this survey is important. The more questions you answer, the more complete our data will be. This online survey takes about 5 minutes or less to complete. If you hold an active nursing license and live/work in the United States, U.S. territories, or Canadian Provinces, we would like for you to participate in this year's nursing salary survey.

Please answer the questions as they relate to your primary nursing job. If you have more than one nursing job, you may fill out an additional survey using a different IP address.

WE WANT YOUR INPUT!

If you have trouble completing the survey, please post here.  

As the Community Director, I'm here to help make your time here enjoyable. Please contact me if I can help you. I'd love to hear from you.

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Woohoo! I can finally take the survey 🤗🤗. New grad, RN, fresh off of 3-month hospital orientation, present! 🙋🏼‍♀️

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Me too, MrsD!  Just accepted a community health position and couldn’t be more excited!

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tnbutterfly - Mary is a BSN, RN and specializes in Peds, Med-Surg, Disaster Nsg, Parish Nsg.

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3 hours ago, Mrs.D. said:

Woohoo! I can finally take the survey 🤗🤗. New grad, RN, fresh off of 3-month hospital orientation, present! 🙋🏼‍♀️

Congratulations, new RN!!!!!   Your post made me SMILE.  😀

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How can we see the results of this survey?

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NRSKarenRN has 40 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Vents, Telemetry, Home Care, Home infusion.

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2 hours ago, NewADNnurse2018 said:

How can we see the results of this survey?

Allnurses will post survey results online here once data analysis finished and in future edition Allnurses magazine.   Stay tuned!

Completed survey, adding my 2 cents for those in career twilight.

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Where can I find 2018’s results?

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Hoosier_RN has 20 years experience as a MSN and specializes in LTC, home health, hospice, ICU, ER, dialysis.

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I added mine, mid-career.  Neither new, nor near retirement...

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tnbutterfly - Mary is a BSN, RN and specializes in Peds, Med-Surg, Disaster Nsg, Parish Nsg.

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2 hours ago, missaretha said:

Where can I find 2018’s results?

The survey will be open for 3 or 4 weeks so people can participate and share their information.  After the survey is closed, it will take a few weeks to analyze the data.  The results will be rolled out via articles addressing various aspects of the data.

While you are waiting for the 2019 results, you can view the 2018 results.

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23 hours ago, tnbutterfly said:

Congratulations, new RN!!!!!   Your post made me SMILE.  😀

☺️ I’m so glad. And thank you! 

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student24 has 8 years experience.

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It is still not enough compare to the work we do and the liability risk.

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FuturePublicHealthNP has 1 years experience.

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This survey has some problems with it - it asks "When do you plan to leave the nursing workforce" - I don't. The only option for me is 16+ years but that's not really answering the question - I'm hoping to stay in the workforce. It then asks why I'm planning on leaving - again, I'm not. I selected retirement - but I'm not planning on retiring for many, many years. Also, there were many questions that didn't have appropriate options for those working in ambulatory care or NPs. It says what is my job title - and I had to select "Other." I would imagine that outpatient/ambulatory primary care clinic NPs and RNs would have a hard to time answering some questions on this survey.

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