In today’s competitive job market, salaries for NPs, PAs, and CNSs must be going up, right? Not necessarily.
Ever looked around at work and thought, “Dang, my peers have to be making more money than I am!” That may or may not be the case. Our 2018 Melnic Advanced Practice Salary Guide suggests that compensation has hit a plateau. Other studies say that 60% of practitioners didn’t experience a significant salary increase in the last year. It’s not all bad news, though! There are ways to earn what you’re worth.
Three Ways to Earn a Top Advanced Practice Salary
- Do your research
- Learn to negotiate
- Get the most out of your employer-provided benefits
Master all three steps with our latest 2018 Melnic Advanced Practice Salary Guide. It’s free download when you participate in this year’s anonymous salary survey.
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This year, we have an audacious goal to gather data from 5000 Advanced Practice Providers! Let’s make the 2019 guide your best tool for negotiation and career development in the New Year.
This is YOUR Salary Guide! Our data comes directly from Advanced Practice Providers like you. Will you invest in yourself, empower your peers, and elevate the profession?
Take our anonymous survey by November 1st. You’ll get the 2018 Guide by December 31, 2019. Plus, you’ll receive our 2018 Salary Guide right away for free.
Job Satisfaction is More than Just a Great Salary
When looking for a new job, financial rewards are important. But, a truly satisfying job will also support your career development, allow you to practice to the full extent of your capabilities, and help you achieve your desired quality-of-life.
Melnic is a nationwide search firm focused on Advanced Practice placements for APRNs and PAs. To take advantage of our specialized job matching services review our current job opportunities and join the Melnic network. The best part? There is never a fee for candidates to work with us!
Jill Gilliland is President of Melnic an APRN and PA national recruiting company. Jill is a speaker and publicist on areas such as job strategies, branding and marketing, pediatric critical care needs, and additional topics relevant to pediatric nursing and the recruitment business. She has over 12 years of experience in the recruiting industry coupled with a strong sales, healthcare, and technology background. Jill holds a BS degree in Business from the University of Southern California and an MBA from The University of Virginia, Darden Business School. Connect with Jill Gilliland on LinkedIn.