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Melnic 2020 Salary Guide for APRNs, PAs, and hiring managers!

Posted on April 27, 2020   |   by   |   Advanced Practice Structure, Employers, Job Seekers, New Grads, Professional Development, Retention, Salary for APRNs and PAs

Melnic 2020 Salary Guide for APRNs, PAs, and hiring managers is here!

Take the survey, get the survey!

Melnic’s salary guide is a free resource to serve the APRN, PA, and hiring manager community.   Your participation matters!

Significantly each year, salary survey participation increased by over 100%.  If you are an APRN or PA, take the survey you help to make the free Melnic Salary Guide the best salary data available. This year we hope to double the participation again!

As Melnic’s Salary Guide participation increases, then employers will have the data necessary to set competitive salaries to attract and retain APRNs and PAs. Additionally, the APRNs and PAs will have the salary data needed to negotiate competitive salaries resulting in more job satisfaction and a long term commitment.  

Specifically, our Melnic Salary Guide provides a valuable tool for employers and Advanced Practice Providers (APPs).  This information is beneficial for negotiating salaries, reviewing compensation models, and comparing benefits. The demand for APPs continues to grow. Additionally, COVID has impacted the need for APPs as a key component of the healthcare team.  Supporting APPs in their roles through competitive salaries helps attract and retain this workforce.  

Learn more about salary trends and employment at the US Bureau of Labor Statistics for APRNs and PAs.

If you are looking for an NP, CRNA, APRN, or PA job visit Melnic Jobs! 


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