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Nurse Anesthetist Salary Information

In most cases, a person’s experience level determines annual salaries. Typically, the most experienced workers earn the highest annual salaries. This is also the case for nurse anesthetists. Nurse anesthetists with 20 or more years of work experience typically earn between $124,300-157,900 a year. Nurse anesthetists with one year or less of work experience usually make between $91,400-134,300 a year. During 2010, nurse anesthetists with 5-9 years of work experience earned between $111,300-155,000 annually.

Nurse anesthetists often obtain certifications to increase their earning potential. Nurse anesthetists who are Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) usually earned between $107,400-151,600 a year during 2010. Additionally, those holding the Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification earned between $122,300-157,700 a year. Nurse anesthetists who are certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) earned between $90,000-152,600 a year.

Numerous nurse anesthetists are employed at hospitals, in addition to other types of healthcare organizations. During 2010, those employed at hospitals earned between $97,600-145,500 a year. Nurse anesthetists employed with government agencies usually earn a little less. Nurse anesthetists employed at federal government agencies earn between $85,400-144,000 a year, while those employed at municipal and state government agencies earn between $79,400-139,900 annually.

With living expenses varying in different cities, nurse anesthetists’ salaries also differ. Those employed in New York City earn the highest salaries, ranging anywhere between $89,000-155,200 a year. Nurse anesthetists employed in Miami have the biggest variance in salary, ranging from $61,000-149,200 a year. During 2010, those employed in Los Angeles typically earned between $116,000-150,100, while those working in Dallas earned between $96,600-132,600 annually.



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