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Evaluate a Job Offer with our APP Total Compensation Calculator

Posted on December 23, 2020   |   by   |   Job Seekers, Negotiations for NPs and PAs, New Grads, Salary for APRNs and PAs

Free APP total compensation calculator tool for job seekers!

Melnic’s free APP total compensation calculator can help you compare offers.  Did you know that you can make more money over 10 years if you accept an offer for $90,000 instead of one for $100,000? If you also receive 1% more a year increase in salary and $5000 more a year in retirement funds. Use this free tool to compare offers so you can make the best decision possible.

If you are interested in this tool then that probably means you are deciding between multiple job offers, or you have a new offer you want to compare to your current compensation. Whichever the case, this is an exciting place to be in.

But when comparing offers, it’s not always apples to apples. Compensation covers so much more than just salary – you’ve also got benefits, PTO, career growth opportunities and more. To help you compare some of these different factors a little more closely and evenly, we’ve developed this APP total compensation calculator.

While choosing where to take your career next doesn’t solely come down to APP compensation, this can at least help you compare your job offers. Two steps to prepare to compare offers:

  1. Ask for the full benefits package.  Ask questions to make sure that you understand all the benefits including retirement contribution amounts allowable for the employee and the maximum for the the employer.
  2. Know how much the company traditionally pays for annual increases.  Remember to ask whether increases are given based on inflation or merit.

Please download the Free Total Compensation Calculator for APPs

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Resources for APPs Regarding Compensation:

New Grad Resources

Free APRN and PA Salary Guide by Melnic

Next Steps in Comparing Offers

Negotiate!

 

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