The salary depends on the facility in which the NP is working, the degrees, the state, organizations, and the city.
Some organizations have unionized salaries, which means that the salary is subject to negotiation occasionally.
Commonly, the salary is calculated using factors such as professional experience and practice.
In general, NPs working in hospital systems and large organizations earn more than NPs working in private offices.
Also, the demand for the specialty affects the salary.
If there is a higher demand for some specialties, these NPs will be offered a higher salary.
For example, nurses who specialized in Adult-Gerontology and Women’s health have more job opportunities than nurses from other specialized fields.
Therefore, these nurses may have higher salaries.
The data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that nurses who graduated with a certification in anesthesia are the highest-paid advance-practice nurses.
Their annual salary on average is $160.270.
The data from Payscale shows the next trend in salaries:
- Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner: $98,899
- Hospitalist Nurse Practitioner: $97,514
- Acute Care Nurse Practitioner: $97,451
- Adult Nurse Practitioner: $95,405
- Neonatal Nurse Practitioner: $94,955
- Emergency Room Nurse Practitioner: $94,323
- General Nurse Practitioner: $91,208
- Nurse Midwife: $90,482
- Family Nurse Practitioner: $89,897
- Pediatric Nurse Practitioner: $86,512
- Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner: $85,730
The actual salary varies and depends on multiple factors such as location, additional skills and certificates, years of experience, and work settings.