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Nursing Salary Projections for 2011

Nursing Salary Projections for 2011

Are you earning what you deserve?

Jose Fermoso | NursingLink

Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary

Nurse educators play an important part in the healthcare business. They develop the educational programs for the professional development of nurses and RNs, which are becoming increasingly central in the caring of patients.

For 2011, the U.S. Department of Labor expects there will be a small increase (< 2%) in the number of new postsecondary teachers and that the annual wage will rise from $61,360 to nearly $63,000.

TOP 10 STATES IN 2010

Hourly Wage
California
$79,800
New Jersey
$77,000
Connecticut
$71,000
Oregon
$70,900
Hawaii
$70,700
Florida
$70,600
Rhode Island
$70,200
New York
$69,000
Massachusetts
$67,600
Michigan
$67,400


Mean Annual Wage: $61,360
Mean Annual Wage for 2011: $63,000

Popular Industries: Education/college, education, secondary education, technical college, community nursing

Top Degrees: Master of Science, Nursing (MSN), Bachelor of Science, Nursing (BSN), and Master of Science (MS)

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