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Nurse Anesthetist Salary and Compensation Information
Nurse anesthetists are essential members of the healthcare team, administering anesthesia care to over 50 million patients each year.
CRNAs earn some of the highest salaries among all advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs). According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, CRNAs earned an average salary of $202,470 per annum as of 2021.
However, a nurse anesthetist’s earning varies depending on a few factors, such as years of experience, location, and employment setting.
- Nurse anesthetists with less than a year of experience can expect to earn $149,000 per year. Those who hold a master’s degree or take on leadership roles, on the other hand, can typically earn above-average salaries.
- CRNAs with less experience or working in rural areas may earn less than the figure above. While those with more experience or working in metropolitan areas may earn significantly more.
- In terms of hourly pay, CRNA job salary in hospital settings and outpatient medical centers is higher than in doctor’s offices. This is due to the former’s higher complexity and acuity, as well as the requirement for on-call availability.
Insider Travel Nursing Stats for Your Job Search
With the demand for CRNAs at an all-time high, the BLS predicts a 13% employment rate growth for nurse anesthetists from 2020 to 2030. All APRN jobs, including CRNA travel jobs, are expected to increase by 45% during the same period.
NurseJournal.org reported that the average CRNA salary varies by city, as it does by state. Make the most of your job search with these valuable insights.
The top-paying states for CRNAs in 2022 are:
- Alaska - over $208,000
- Connecticut - $276,540
- New Jersey - $263,850
- Illinois - $250,280
- West Virginia - $247,650
The top-paying metropolitan areas for nurse anesthetists are:
- Fairbanks, AK - over $208,000
- Green Bay, WI - over $208,000
- Madison, WI - over $208,000
- Wausau, WI - over $208,000
- Springfield, IL $298,890
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