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Registered Nurse Salary in Nevada

The data of Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that, the mean annual and hourly registered nurse salary in Nevada, in May 2013, was $78, 800and $37.89, respectively. In the same year, the number of working RNs was 17,160. The Employment per thousand jobs was 14.894. According to the statistics provided by indeed.com, the average annual RN salary in NV, in October 2014, was $51,000, which was 24% lower than the average RN salaries for job postings nationwide. There are 14 accredited schools in Nevada that offers nursing programs. With adequate program and practical experiences at several health care facilities, you will be prepared for a licensure examination.

Annual RN Salary in Nevada (NV) on Different Percentile Brackets

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The table below explains the percentile income estimated for Registered Nurses. The income of RN varies at different percentile levels,

  • 90% of RNs were salaried less than $105,570; while the remaining 10% were salaried more than $105,570.
  • 75% of RNs were remunerated with an amount less than $91,490; 25% RNs remunerated more than $91,490.
  • 50% of the employees were paid less than $78,240; the other 50% were given more than $78,240.
  • 25% of registered nurses made annual wages less than $66,630; 75% made more than $66,630.
  • 10% of RNs earned less than $57,450; whereas the remaining 90% earned more than $57,450.

Percentile Bracket

Annual Wages

90%

$105,570

75%

$91,490

50%

$78,240

25%

$66,630

10%

$57,450

Information Source- The Bureau of Labor Statistics (as of May 2013)

Salary as per Geographical Location

The salary of registered nurses can vary due to certain geographical factors in each and every city of Nevada. According to salary.com, the highest paid city in October 2014 was Carson City with median annual, monthly, weekly and hourly salary of $71,236, $5,936, $1,370, and $34, respectively. Reno, Sparks and Sun Valley were the lowest paying cities with median pay of $68,350 per year. The median annual, monthly, weekly and hourly salaries all the cities are specified below.

Name of the City

Median Annual

 Salary

Median Monthly Salary

Median Weekly Salary

Median Hourly Salary

Carson City

$71,236

$5,936

$1,370

$34

Henderson

$68,674

$5,723

$1,321

$33

Las Vegas

$68,674

$5,723

$1,321

$33

North Las Vegas

$68,674

$5,723

$1,321

$33

Reno

$68,350

$5,696

$1,314

$33

Sparks

$68,350

$5,696

$1,314

$33

Sun Valley

$68,350

$5,696

$1,314

$33

Information Source- salary.com (as of October 2014)

Salary of Professionals Holding Similar Designations

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The salary of an RN mostly depends on the designation of an employee, his/her experience and the geographical location. Clinical Nurse Manager was paid the highest amount of $53,000. The compensation for other professionals ranges from $44,000 to $50,000.

RN First Assistant$50,000
Pediatric Operating Room Nurse$47,000
Interventional Radiology Nurse$48,000
RN Outpatient Oncology$44,000
Cardiac Electrophysiology Lab Nurse$47,000
Psychiatric Nurse$44,000
Renal Dialysis Nurse$48,000
Endoscopy Nurse$44,000
Clinical Nurse Manager$53,000
Postpartum Nurse$45,000
Pediatric Nurse$45,000
Cardiovascular Operating Room Nurse$49,000
Progressive Care Nurse$45,000
Ambulatory Nurse$46,000
Home Health Nurse$47,000

Information Source- indeed.com (as of October 2014)

Other Benefits

The registered nurses receive various perquisites for their growth that are as follows:

  • Paid holiday
  • Vision coverage
  • Discounts for cell phones, local establishments and fitness centers
  • Pension plans

Job Outlook

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There is a huge requirement of nurses in Nevada. According to the assessments by the Trust for America’s Health, various hospitals and health care institutions persuade the colleges to prepare more and more graduates for the role of an RN under the approval of the Nevada State Board of Nursing. Owing to the lack of nurses, they offer financial aid and perquisites to grab the attention of job seekers.


 

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