Yes, you read that title correctly—the highest paying job in every single state in the United States is a healthcare job.
Female PAs earn $.91 to every dollar male PAs earn according to the newly released findings from the AAPA’s annual salary survey.
More than 90% of medical residents say that salary potential strongly swayed their choice of specialty in some way, according to a recent survey.
How much do PAs and NPs make across the U.S.? We found out. How does your salary stack up against the average?
Using the latest data available from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, we dug up the average salaries for PTs, OTs, and SLPs across the United States.
PTs and OTs are being recognized as top earners in healthcare and are featured on a newly released list of the top ten highest paying careers in the field.
There’s money in practicing medicine, or so says another top ten list, which ranks physicians and surgeons as top earners in the field.
Advanced practitioners are enjoying advanced wages, and two spots on a new top ten list of the highest paying jobs in healthcare.
A new survey by the AANP has found that the total mean income for NPs was more than $112k in 2017.
The average annual PA salary increased nearly 3%, compared to the previous year, with a majority of PAs now earning a base salary of more than $100,000.