Every nurse practitioner wants to have a rewarding career. Learn the five factors that will either make or break your job satisfaction.
Tag: 2016 Advanced Practice Salary Guide
Would you pack your bags and move to a different city if it meant you’d get a great job as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant AND a higher salary?
Over the first ten years of your career, it’s likely that your annual salary will grow by $25,000 – $30,000 if you’re a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant.
The Melnic Advanced Practice Salary Guide has a full breakdown of employer-provided benefits for NPs, PAs and CNS roles. We’re your friends with info on benefits!
It’s a competitive job market, so it’s easy to assume that salaries for NPs, PAs, and CNS positions must be going up, right? Not necessarily.
Salary Guide: The Melnic Advanced Practice Salary Guide is the easiest way to discover nationwide averages for salary and benefits specific to your role and clinical setting.
You know you should negotiate your NP salary. Here’s how to overcome your fears and ask for what you’re worth!
The Melnic Advanced Practice Salary Guide is a respected source for Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant salaries, including much sought after information on benefits, role details, and setting variations.
Beginning a job search? Before you jump in, create a roadmap. These four questions can point to your destination.
Our newly-released salary guide gives you compensation benchmarks reported by nurse practitioners, physician assistants, clinical nurse specialists, and Advanced Practice Leaders across the country!