How much does a Certified Nurse Practitioner (CNP) make?


How much does a Certified Nurse Practitioner (CNP) make?

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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), career prospects for nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners are projected to grow 45 percent from 2019 to 2029, leading to the creation of 117,700 new jobs and an annual median pay of $115,800 in May 2019, where the least paid earned less than $82,460, and the most paid earned more than $184,180. Some of the top paying industries include hospitals; state, local, and private ($122,420), outpatient care centers ($118,530), and offices of physicians ($113,190). A Certified Nurse Practitioner (CNP) earned a median pay of $109,820 in May 2019 (BLS).

As a nurse practitioner (NP), you will serve as primary and specialty care provider where you will be involved in delivering advanced nursing services to patients and their families. For example, you may assess patients, determine how to improve or manage their health, and discuss ways to integrate health promotion strategies into their life. You may specialize in adult and geriatric health, pediatric health, or psychiatric and mental health.

For more information about a Certified Nurse Practitioner (CNP), check out this article: Nurse Practitioner License and Certification Information

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