Nurses are becoming increasingly educated, and the salaries of their peers are rising.
But the salaries for nursing school graduates are not keeping pace with rising education.
That is the conclusion of a new report from the nonprofit Nurses United that examines the median salaries for nurses and medical workers in the United States.
Nurses earn an average of $56,800 per year, up from $53,800 in 2016.
This is an increase of 1.3 percent from 2016.
The average annual salary of a nurse with a specialty is $74,000, up 2.6 percent from $73,000 in 2016, according to the Nurses Union.
Medical workers also have seen an increase in compensation, as the median salary for a nurse is $78,800, up 8.5 percent from the previous year.
The median salary of medical workers is $79,600, up 1.7 percent from last year.
NU President and CEO Laura D’Antonio said the average salary of the average nurse was $78.00 an hour.
She said that the data shows that the nurses’ salaries are not going up as fast as the growth in medical jobs.
“This is not an anomaly, this is not a bad thing,” she said.
“Nursing is an increasingly popular occupation for nurses, and this is a testament to the fact that it is increasingly attracting more and more nurses to this profession.”
This report also provides an update of the median annual salaries for healthcare workers, the top-paid profession in the U.S., by specialty.
Healthcare workers, as a group, have seen their pay increase over the past three years, according the study.
The highest median pay for a healthcare worker is for a specialist, $130,700, while for an orthopedic surgeon, $150,700.
“Nurses, like other medical workers, are earning more than they were in the past, and these increases are driven largely by increases in salaries,” the study said.
In 2016, the median pay of a nursing assistant was $81,000.
The lowest median pay is for an internist, $37,000; and a physician assistant, $61,000.”NU has been working to bring more attention to this topic.
In January, it announced that it would open a partnership with the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Kaiser Family Foundation to examine pay disparity between the top and bottom pay for nurses.
The study found that the median nurse salary for an associate degree is $80,000 less than an associate’s degree.
The research was commissioned by the National Nurses Association, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing and the Nursing Association of America.
The report is based on data collected by the Partnership for a Healthier America, a national coalition of health care workers, unions and advocacy groups. “
By investing in healthcare workforce education and training, NU will become a force for change in the healthcare workforce,” she added.
The report is based on data collected by the Partnership for a Healthier America, a national coalition of health care workers, unions and advocacy groups.
The report is part of a broader effort to identify and identify gaps in the pay data for the healthcare industry, Williams said.
The National Bureau of Economic Research recently published a report on healthcare pay and health care employment.
The American Council of Learned Societies recently published an economic analysis that compared nurses to other professional occupations.
The Nurses Unions of America has launched a petition calling for a new national minimum wage of $15 an hour for nursing assistants.
“It’s clear that the public health needs for nurses have not been addressed by the federal government in a way that is fair and equitable,” said NU president and CEO Karen Kocsis.
“The time is now for a national, state and local minimum wage.
The United States is not the only nation where this is needed.
Our country is in a position to set the standard for the rest of the world.
This report is a timely reminder that we can raise wages for the nurses, for all nurses, at the national and local levels, to improve outcomes for our healthcare workers.”
The data for this report comes from the Partnership and the Partnership’s National Nurseries Employment Survey.
The Partnership and its affiliates conducted a comprehensive survey of 1,000 U.A.E. nurses from July 1 to July 6, 2016.
It included responses from 5,200 U. A.E., nursing and other professionals.
This survey included information on pay and hours of work, hours of training, and other characteristics.
The survey was conducted in English and Spanish.