PAs practicing in states with a practice barrier reported lower salaries than their peers in states without that barrier.
Despite 70% of PAs being female, they earn significantly less than their male counterparts, a new study has found.
CRNAs, NPs, and Midwives rank among the highest paid specialities in the field of nursing.
Signing bonuses also increased from an average of $19,714 in 2015 to $27,799 in 2016.
Nationally, female physicians make an average of 26.5 percent, or $91,000, less than male physicians.
Nurse practitioner and physician assistant salary and job satisfaction rates increased in 2016, a new survey found.
Physician assistants earn an average of $92,460 per year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.