Workforce Analysis: What are the Best States for Nurses to Work In? The Worst States?
The Findings May Surprise You.
WalletHub, a personal finance website compared the relative attractiveness of the 50 states across 21 key metrics. The data set ranges from monthly average starting salary for nurses to health-care facilities per capita to nursing-job openings per capita.
Best and Worst States for Nurses
3. New Mexico
43. South Carolina
5. New Hampshire
9. Rhode Island
Best vs. Worst
California has the highest annual mean wage for registered nurses (adjusted for cost of living), $91,709, which is 1.5 times higher than in South Dakota, the lowest at $60,743.
Utah has the lowest current competition (number of nurses per 1,000 residents), 9, which is 2.2 times lower than in North Dakota, the highest at 20.
Nevada has the lowest future competition (projected number of nurses per 1,000 residents by 2028), 2, which is 11.5 times lower than in North Dakota, the highest at 23.
Minnesota has the highest ratio of nurses to hospital beds, 4.99, which is two times higher than in Wyoming, the lowest at 2.44.
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