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Registered Nurses (RNs)

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Registered Nurses (RNs)


Schools and Education

What you need to become an RN

  • Aspiring registered nurses must successfully complete one of three academic tracks:
    • Diploma of nursing
    • Associate degree in nursing
    • Bachelor degree in nursing
  • Diplomas and associate degrees may be offered by career-specific "hospital schools" community colleges or online-based national universities. Students who obtain either of these typically finish their studies within three years.
  • Those who opt for bachelor degrees may be in school for four or five years. Known as BSNs these programs are common in public and private four-year colleges and universities.
  • Many universities now offer accelerated BSN programs to nursing students who hold bachelor degrees in other fields. Many also offer year-long training programs that allow current RNs to obtain BSN degrees without taking time off from work. Due to mounting evidence that BSNs produce better health outcomes in patients it appears probable that all registered nurses will soon have to obtain BSNs before sitting for the RN licensing exam.

What you study

All nursing diploma associate degree and bachelor degree programs adhere to a specific curriculum. It’s typically comprised of the following areas of study:

  • Behavioral sciences
  • Nutrition
  • Basic chemistry
  • Anatomy
  • Microbiology
  • Practical nursing
  • Clinical experience

In addition bachelor degree candidates may be required to take communications psychology and business classes.

What courses you’ll take

Below are examples of courses that you’ll probably take as a registered nursing degree student.

Course Studies Purpose
Prerequisites Anatomy physiology microbiology psychology nutrition mathematics and electives in social sciences or humanities Needed to enter RN degree program. Provide core knowledge for advanced coursework.
Clinical Nursing / Principles of Nursing Typically span several semesters of courses and can cover: chronic illness care of the aging rehabilitation long-term care care of hospitalized adults with acute illnesses care of people with mental health challenges care of chronically ill care of the critically ill care of the dying community nursing multi-disciplinary care teams analysis of information and recognizing patterns of patient needs. Lay foundations for nursing concepts and practices through a combination of classroom and clinical time.
Pharmacological Concepts Applies prerequisite science studies to build an understanding of pharmacological agent effects on the human body. Categories of agents are studied as well as core drug knowlege such as adverse effects and interactions and patient factors such as health status age gender or diet. Provide a foundation for a nurse’s clinical management of drugs in treating patient illnesses and conditions.
Pathophysiology The physiological processes that lead to diseases and resulting symptoms. Studies include major health problems manifestations in patients and treatments. Develop an understanding of the basis of treatments that nurses administer to their patients.
Health Care Ethics Legal and ethical principles and aspects of health care. Help nurses make responsible decisions as they provide care.
Nursing Research Fundamentals of research as applied to nursing. Topics include research process steps as well as research designs such as experimental studies surveys and qualitative designs. Develop abilities to evaluate research findings as they relate to nursing.
Communications in Nursing Verbal and non-verbal communication skills self awareness and sensitivity to others. Build abilities to have effective caring relationships with patients and colleagues.
Leadership and Management Power problem solving decision making communications conflicts teamwork quality processes and patient safety. Develop skills for taking on leadership roles as a nursing professional.
Electives Depending on school many to choose from such as: pediatrics; surgical nursing; women’s health; public health nursing; care of pregnant women and newborns; oncology care; older adults; emergency nursing; and politics and policy. Enable students to specialize within their nursing careers.


Video Overview

A brief introduction to registered nursing (RN) careers. Produced for the US Dept. of Labor.


Certifications and Licensing

The hallmark of a registered nurse is his or her nursing license. Although every state administers its own licensing exam the standards for these tests are more or less constant across the country. All holders of nursing diplomas associate degrees and bachelor degrees are eligible to sit for the exam. All RN candidates are advised to review the standards set by the nursing boards in their respective states.

Once a nurse has received an RN license he or she can obtain further certification from the board or association that governs his or her specialty. These extra certifications confer prestige and may increase earning power over time.


Job Flexibility

Hours and Locations:

Since nurses work in a variety of institutional settings their schedules vary widely. About 20 percent of nurses adhere to part-time schedules that provide for an excellent work-life balance. About half of the nurses who work full-time are employed in doctor’s offices private practices and educational settings. Although they may be required to work on some Saturdays their work schedules otherwise tend to conform to standard business hours.

On the other hand full-time nurses who work in hospitals and certain other institutions may work four 12-hour shifts per week. These nurses may regularly work overnight shifts and may be required to remain "on call" during their off days.


Recommended Websites

These reputable websites contain factual up-to-date information about registered nursing education and careers.

  • American Association of Colleges of Nursing: The AACN is a respected accrediting organization that serves hundreds of nursing schools across the United States. Its website’s "Students" section enables prospective nursing students to search for competitive educational programs and provides resume-building and job-search advice. Since its "Career Link" focuses mainly on nursing education jobs nursing graduates looking to pursue career opportunities elsewhere in the field should check other nursing career sites as well.
  • Explore Health Careers: Explore Health Careers is a joint venture between the American Dental Association and the Federation of Associations of Schools of the Health Professions that exists to provide career-oriented information about various medical occupations. This is a great place to find basic information about the starting salaries training requirements and daily responsibilities of the nation’s registered nurses.
  • American Nurses Association: The ANA is a trade organization for U.S.-based nurses. In addition to providing practical information and resources for existing nurses the ANA’s website helps new nursing graduates break into the field with exhausting resume-building support and a well-stocked job listing feature.
  • U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook: The Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics maintains a comprehensive statistics-oriented career page for prospective registered nurses. The site provides a quick rundown of the registered nursing field including detailed salary information for aspiring nurses. Since it lacks a dedicated job-search function other sites may provide a better snapshot of the current market for registered nursing careers.
  • National Student Nurses Association: The NSNA provides nursing students with advice and resources to smooth their transition into the nursing profession. With plenty of resources tutorials and online seminars this site takes a more personalized approach to career preparation. While its "Career Center" offers dozens of pertinent articles its job search function is thinly populated. As such prospective nurses looking for employment opportunities should consult other sites in conjunction with the NSNA’s.


Salaries by City

See typical salaries and ranges for this career below*. Shift click to sort by more than one column — for example first shift-click on state and then shift-click on salary to find best and worst salaries in each state.

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State City / Region Typical Salary Salary Range Job Count % of All Jobs
AK Anchorage $82320 $61K – $109K 3380 1.96%
AK Fairbanks $81720 $63K – $108K 660 1.83%
AL Anniston – Oxford $48330 $33K – $66K 860 1.95%
AL Birmingham – Hoover $55430 $41K – $75K 15040 3.10%
AL Decatur $47400 $40K – $61K 1070 2.03%
AL Dothan $53210 $41K – $66K 1580 2.83%
AL Florence – Muscle Shoals $46020 $34K – $60K 1140 2.18%
AL Gadsden $52360 $37K – $71K 1080 3.22%
AL Huntsville $56610 $41K – $74K 4150 2.04%
AL Mobile $52620 $41K – $68K 4720 2.81%
AL Montgomery $58500 $42K – $76K 3280 2.07%
AL Tuscaloosa $58040 $42K – $75K 2300 2.57%
AR Fayetteville – Springdale – Rogers $54950 $39K – $74K 2940 1.45%
AR Fort Smith $51800 $39K – $67K 2020 1.79%
AR Hot Springs $54550 $40K – $77K 1080 3.03%
AR Jonesboro $53040 $40K – $72K 1040 2.14%
AR Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway $58120 $41K – $77K 9800 2.94%
AR Pine Bluff $55510 $41K – $74K 620 1.79%
AZ Lake Havasu City $ Kingman $65800 $49K – $91K 1450 3.32%
AZ Phoenix – Mesa – Glendale $73000 $53K – $94K 31320 1.81%
AZ Prescott $74180 $50K – $93K 1060 2.02%
AZ Tucson $66310 $51K – $86K 7430 2.13%
AZ Yuma $70700 $51K – $92K 1050 1.89%
CA Bakersfield – Delano $85760 $63K – $114K 3830 1.40%
CA Chico $90850 $66K – $118K 2020 2.99%
CA El Centro $69570 $52K – $102K 820 1.57%
CA Fresno $71400 $54K – $117K 5220 1.66%
CA Hanford – Corcoran $100910 $67K – $117K 1010 2.68%
CA Los Angeles – Long Beach – Glendale (Metro Area) $86310 $63K – $116K 69540 1.80%
CA Merced $65970 $41K – $105K 820 1.36%
CA Modesto $98790 $71K – $139K 3720 2.43%
CA Napa $104990 $83K – $133K 1730 2.77%
CA Oakland – Fremont – Hayward (Metro Area) $118920 $73K – $151K 18410 1.90%
CA Oxnard – Thousand Oaks – Ventura $75480 $61K – $100K 3900 1.35%
CA Redding $74000 $55K – $108K 1570 2.71%
CA Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario $84980 $64K – $113K 22560 1.94%
CA Sacramento – Arden – Arcade – Roseville $111010 $67K – $148K 15160 1.85%
CA Salinas $107140 $68K – $147K 2420 1.55%
CA San Diego – Carlsbad – San Marcos $87030 $63K – $117K 21780 1.73%
CA San Francisco – San Mateo – Redwood City (Metro Area) $120180 $65K – $149K 16920 1.69%
CA San Jose – Sunnyvale – Santa Clara $130110 $81K – $154K 13190 1.47%
CA San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles $89510 $61K – $114K 1540 1.53%
CA Santa Ana – Anaheim – Irvine (Metro Area) $86540 $62K – $118K 19600 1.39%
CA Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta $83680 $65K – $110K 3070 1.84%
CA Santa Cruz – Watsonville $93950 $68K – $140K 1540 1.84%
CA Santa Rosa – Petaluma $106070 $64K – $143K 3500 2.03%
CA Stockton $94160 $64K – $117K 4040 2.07%
CA Vallejo – Fairfield $121380 $69K – $163K 3140 2.60%
CA Visalia – Porterville $73120 $62K – $95K 1720 1.31%
CA Yuba City $66520 $34K – $90K N/A N/A
CO Boulder $68220 $50K – $91K 2680 1.68%
CO Colorado Springs $64050 $50K – $88K 4640 1.91%
CO Denver – Aurora – Broomfield $70230 $51K – $93K 22200 1.80%
CO Fort Collins – Loveland $60560 $48K – $80K 3110 2.34%
CO Grand Junction $67270 $50K – $88K 1280 2.22%
CO Greeley $65360 $50K – $87K 1220 1.52%
CO Pueblo $64240 $49K – $79K 1880 3.44%
CT Bridgeport – Stamford – Norwalk $77360 $61K – $108K 7470 1.80%
CT Danbury $76070 $56K – $94K 1430 2.15%
CT Hartford – West Hartford – East Hartford $73710 $54K – $96K 12820 2.32%
CT New Haven $76580 $55K – $104K 7300 2.69%
CT Norwich – New London $74970 $55K – $96K 2330 1.81%
CT Waterbury $70520 $37K – $92K 1790 2.83%
DC Washington – Arlington – Alexandria (Metro Area) $73300 $51K – $95K 29800 1.27%
DE Dover $58760 $49K – $74K 1030 1.76%
DE Wilmington (Metro Area) $72100 $55K – $94K 7860 2.44%
FL Cape Coral – Fort Myers $61400 $45K – $82K 4890 2.40%
FL Crestview – Fort Walton Beach – Destin $52770 $41K – $68K 1050 1.43%
FL Deltona – Daytona Beach – Ormond Beach $54710 $41K – $74K 3960 2.61%
FL Fort Lauderdale – Pompano Beach – Deerfield Beach (Metro Area) $68020 $50K – $93K 14710 2.05%
FL Gainesville $63170 $44K – $77K 5250 4.41%
FL Jacksonville $60950 $47K – $81K 12630 2.18%
FL Lakeland – Winter Haven $58880 $46K – $74K 4250 2.23%
FL Miami – Miami Beach – Kendall (Metro Area) $59200 $47K – $84K 26960 2.70%
FL Naples – Marco Island $64460 $50K – $85K 2440 2.12%
FL North Port – Bradenton – Sarasota $59090 $44K – $76K 5220 2.18%
FL Ocala $58220 $42K – $75K 2160 2.43%
FL Orlando – Kissimmee – Sanford $59900 $44K – $75K 18390 1.82%
FL Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville $58800 $43K – $75K 4730 2.47%
FL Palm Coast $55770 $39K – $74K 400 2.18%
FL Panama City – Lynn Haven – Panama City Beach $54110 $41K – $71K 1440 2.08%
FL Pensacola – Ferry Pass – Brent $53610 $39K – $70K 4570 3.03%
FL Port St. Lucie $59090 $46K – $78K 2450 2.01%
FL Punta Gorda $57960 $46K – $73K 1290 align=”center”>1270 2.84%
FL Tallahassee $55190 $40K – $74K 3280 2.10%
FL Tampa – St. Petersburg – Clearwater $60560 $47K – $81K 25410 2.25%
FL West Palm Beach – Boca Raton – Boynton Beach (Metro Area) $65300 $49K – $88K 10880 2.14%
GA Albany $54020 $41K – $73K 1280 2.16%
GA Athens – Clarke County $58670 $46K – $75K 1780 2.31%
GA Atlanta – Sandy Springs – Marietta $64240 $48K – $79K 32590 1.44%
GA Augusta – Richmond County $63480 $44K – $85K 6010 2.98%
GA Brunswick $53780 $38K – $64K 750 2.00%
GA Columbus $59720 $42K – $75K 2330 2.12%
GA Dalton $49560 $39K – $70K 810 1.30%
GA Hinesville – Fort Stewart $62710 $42K – $73K 220 1.30%
GA Macon $59140 $42K – $76K 2820 3.00%
GA Rome $60550 $44K – $76K 1230 3.44%
GA Savannah $59220 $42K – $75K 3080 2.08%
GA Valdosta $47750 $33K – $68K 1120 2.24%
HI Honolulu $89810 $61K – $116K 7820 1.80%
IA Ames $52520 $40K – $75K 710 1.77%
IA Cedar Rapids $46660 $33K – $68K 2670 1.93%
IA Davenport – Moline – Rock Island $49810 $39K – $69K 3930 2.21%
IA Des Moines – West Des Moines $54930 $42K – $73K 6530 2.01%
IA Dubuque $49850 $40K – $66K 1320 2.35%
IA Iowa City N/A N/A – N/A 3210 3.79%
IA Sioux City $42590 $34K – $57K 1550 2.22%
IA Waterloo – Cedar Falls $51870 $39K – $71K 1860 2.10%
ID Boise City – Nampa $59790 $46K – $77K 5210 1.99%
ID Coeur d’Alene ID $63670 $44K – $88K 1320 2.57%
ID Idaho Falls $54050 $40K – $72K 1060 2.18%
ID Lewiston $57170 $44K – $76K 770 3.29%
ID Pocatello $60610 $40K – $74K 620 1.89%
IL Bloomington – Normal $59230 $44K – $78K 1230 1.41%
IL Champaign – Urbana $55630 $40K – $80K 2180 2.30%
IL Chicago – Joliet – Naperville (Metro Area) $69970 $51K – $93K 72590 1.99%
IL Danville $63310 $44K – $87K 650 2.40%
IL Decatur N/A N/A – N/A 1640 3.30%
IL Kankakee – Bradley $65940 $48K – $89K 1130 2.85%
IL Lake County – Kenosha County (Metro Area) $66870 $49K – $92K 6430 1.73%
IL Peoria $56130 $42K – $74K 4750 2.64%
IL Rockford $58980 $45K – $74K 4180 2.98%
IL Springfield $58480 $43K – $75K 3000 2.78%
IN Anderson $58540 $42K – $75K 910 2.37%
IN Bloomington $56100 $42K – $74K 1350 1.81%
IN Columbus $56000 $41K – $75K 640 1.41%
IN Elkhart – Goshen $52030 $40K – $69K 1430 1.32%
IN Evansville $51060 $39K – $68K 4050 2.36%
IN Fort Wayne $50160 $35K – $71K 4870 2.44%
IN Gary (Metro Area) $62010 $45K – $78K 6360 2.40%
IN Indianapolis – Carmel $60230 $42K – $84K 20750 2.33%
IN Kokomo $54780 $41K – $72K 840 2.13%
IN Lafayette $57830 $44K – $74K 1500 1.74%
IN Michigan City – La Porte $56790 $41K – $83K 730 1.77%
IN Muncie $52970 $39K – $72K 1230 2.75%
IN South Bend – Mishawaka $56930 $42K – $73K 2450 1.97%
IN Terre Haute $55790 $43K – $72K 1470 2.23%
KS Lawrence $50480 $41K – $66K 560 1.24%
KS Manhattan $53980 $38K – $71K 840 1.66%
KS Topeka $59030 $43K – $75K 3030 2.84%
KS Wichita $52880 $39K – $72K 5750 2.05%
KY Bowling Green $57140 $43K – $74K 1310 2.25%
KY Elizabethtown $59550 $42K – $75K 1110 2.42%
KY Lexington – Fayette $56420 $42K – $77K 7240 2.95%
KY Louisville – Jefferson County $60250 $43K – $76K 14640 2.45%
KY Owensboro $53290 $41K – $71K 1270 2.56%
LA Alexandria $57200 $43K – $75K 2240 3.61%
LA Baton Rouge $60860 $42K – $89K 6720 1.86%
LA Houma – Bayou Cane – Thibodaux $54620 $43K – $72K 1290 1.39%
LA Lafayette $58360 $43K – $77K 2550 1.69%
LA Lake Charles $56950 $41K – $78K 1710 1.96%
LA Monroe $55290 $42K – $74K 1890 2.57%
LA New Orleans – Metairie – Kenner $63870 $47K – $86K 12560 2.43%
LA Shreveport – Bossier City $62340 $41K – $86K 4770 2.72%
MA Barnstable Town $75260 $52K – $110K 2370 2.48%
MA Boston – Cambridge – Quincy (Metro Area) $84680 $55K – $136K 43020 2.51%
MA Brockton – Bridgewater – Easton (Metro Area) $75350 $54K – $115K 2310 2.65%
MA Framingham (Metro Area) $78660 $54K – $113K 2960 1.88%
MA Haverhill – North Andover – Amesbury (Metro Area) $66450 $50K – $92K 1400 1.80%
MA Lawrence – Methuen – Salem (Metro Area) $80690 $58K – $94K 1960 3.32%
MA Leominster – Fitchburg – Gardner $80460 $53K – $116K 1190 2.55%
MA Lowell – Billerica – Chelmsford (Metro Area) $76380 $55K – $96K 2140 1.83%
MA New Bedford $72540 $49K – $99K 1640 2.55%
MA Peabody (Metro Area) $67690 $52K – $91K 3010 2.98%
MA Pittsfield N/A N/A – N/A 1130 3.39%
MA Springfield $73690 $50K – $100K 6300 2.20%
MA Taunton – Norton – Raynham (Metro Area) $79530 $53K – $113K 780 1.81%
MA Worcester $78880 $53K – $121K 6910 2.85%
MD Baltimore – Towson $70640 $52K – $94K 28310 2.25%
MD Bethesda – Rockville – Frederick (Metro Area) $74740 $52K – $94K 8250 1.47%
MD Cumberland $59320 $44K – $75K 1130 3.12%
MD Hagerstown – Martinsburg $64590 $46K – $87K 1490 1.51%
MD Salisbury $62020 $43K – $87K 1320 2.61%
ME Bangor $66220 $50K – $88K 1900 2.97%
ME Lewiston – Auburn $59300 $44K – $74K 1430 3.03%
ME Portland – South Portland – Biddeford $59340 $50K – $76K 4690 2.40%
MI Ann Arbor $60990 $49K – $77K 7900 4.08%
MI Battle Creek $62150 $42K – $80K 1240 2.35%
MI Bay City $64590 $47K – $86K 800 2.41%
MI Detroit – Livonia – Dearborn (Metro Area) $66380 $51K – $88K 19430 2.80%
MI Flint $68150 $55K – $76K 3940 3.09%
MI Grand Rapids – Wyoming $58160 $46K – $73K 8530 2.21%
MI Holland – Grand Haven $56110 $42K – $71K 1170 1.13%
MI Jackson $63460 $50K – $74K 1250 2.43%
MI Kalamazoo – Portage $62400 $50K – $75K 3040 2.35%
MI Lansing – East Lansing $66970 $50K – $90K 3600 1.84%
MI Monroe $62370 $47K – $75K 540 1.44%
MI Muskegon – Norton Shores $60600 $47K – $75K 1770 3.10%
MI Niles – Benton Harbor $57660 $40K – $90K 1200 2.11%
MI Saginaw – Saginaw Township North $60390 $41K – $76K 2760 3.35%
MI Warren – Troy – Farmington Hills (Metro Area) $69410 $52K – $91K 21310 1.99%
MN Duluth $69200 $49K – $91K 3780 3.08%
MN Mankato – North Mankato $64580 $48K – $78K N/A N/A
MN Minneapolis – St. Paul – Bloomington $72550 $52K – $95K 31120 1.78%
MN Rochester $73440 $52K – $94K 8260 8.19%
MN St. Cloud $78720 $53K – $96K 2200 2.29%
MO Cape Girardeau – Jackson $47630 $35K – $71K 1860 4.38%
MO Columbia $57190 $41K – $74K 2860 3.32%
MO Jefferson City $52930 $40K – $70K 1220 1.73%
MO Joplin $38870 $23K – $58K 2050 2.70%
MO Kansas City $61210 $44K – $77K 20020 2.06%
MO Springfield $49390 $36K – $71K 5780 3.11%
MO St. Joseph N/A N/A – N/A 1240 2.43%
MO St. Louis $56660 $40K – $83K 33580 2.63%
MS Gulfport – Biloxi $55390 $41K – $73K 2200 2.15%
MS Hattiesburg $55730 $42K – $72K 1970 3.47%
MS Jackson $62280 $41K – $95K 9160 3.65%
MS Pascagoula $54240 $41K – $76K 1270 2.40%
MT Billings $62920 $50K – $87K 1880 2.31%
MT Great Falls N/A N/A – N/A 890 2.56%
NC Asheville $59160 $45K – $76K 5300 3.14%
NC Burlington $59220 $43K – $75K 1000 1.79%
NC Charlotte – Gastonia – Rock Hill $58250 $43K – $75K 17880 2.09%
NC Durham – Chapel Hill $63410 $45K – $88K 8080 2.97%
NC Fayetteville $59530 $42K – $82K 2910 2.28%
NC Goldsboro $55650 $42K – $72K 710 1.84%
NC Greensboro – High Point $59580 $43K – $77K 6010 1.75%
NC Greenville $60300 $42K – $85K 3070 4.17%
NC Hickory – Lenoir – Morganton $54680 $42K – $72K 3120 2.18%
NC Jacksonville $48790 $34K – $68K 750 1.72%
NC Raleigh – Cary $58240 $43K – $75K 9050 1.76%
NC Rocky Mount $56470 $41K – $74K 1190 2.11%
NC Wilmington $58110 $41K – $75K 3080 2.30%
NC Winston – Salem $58470 $42K – $75K 7300 3.61%
ND Bismarck $50830 $41K – $62K 2140 3.31%
ND Fargo $55370 $44K – $71K 2220 1.76%
ND Grand Forks N/A N/A – N/A 970 1.96%
NE Lincoln $54450 $41K – $74K 3210 1.97%
NE Omaha – Council Bluffs $57570 $42K – $77K 10100 2.24%
NH Manchester $65550 $49K – $90K 2550 2.53%
NH Nashua (Metro Area) $63760 $47K – $92K 1690 1.30%
NH Portsmouth $61820 $45K – $83K 630 1.14%
NH Rochester – Dover $54900 $39K – $73K 930 1.76%
NJ Atlantic City – Hammonton $71980 $55K – $91K 2940 2.17%
NJ Camden (Metro Area) $75310 $56K – $93K 11080 2.25%
NJ Edison – New Brunswick (Metro Area) $77740 $57K – $96K 18800 1.93%
NJ Newark – Union (Metro Area) $78760 $59K – $97K 18930 1.99%
NJ Ocean City $56210 $50K – $73K N/A N/A
NJ Trenton – Ewing $70490 $52K – $92K 4490 2.08%
NJ Vineland – Millville – Bridgeton $71270 $56K – $89K 1400 2.39%
NM Albuquerque $68850 $52K – $91K 8420 2.31%
NM Farmington $62630 $49K – $87K 830 1.68%
NM Las Cruces $59550 $48K – $90K 1030 1.56%
NM Santa Fe $68320 $50K – $91K 940 1.62%
NV Carson City $75300 $57K – $94K 630 2.38%
NV Las Vegas – Paradise $79540 $60K – $104K 12000 1.47%
NV Reno – Sparks $73380 $56K – $93K 3310 1.76%
NY Albany – Schenectady – Troy $58210 $42K – $77K 9860 2.31%
NY Binghamton $53500 $40K – $79K 2310 2.20%
NY Buffalo – Niagara Falls $66250 $46K – $89K 11440 2.15%
NY Elmira $62470 $47K – $94K 1100 2.92%
NY Glens Falls $34K – $61K 1250 2.36%
NY Kingston $57560 $46K – $75K 1100 1.92%
NY Nassau – Suffolk (Metro Area) $79660 $58K – $104K 23840 1.95%
NY New York – White Plains – Wayne (Metro Area) $82080 $62K – $110K 92060 1.79%
NY Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown $69340 $49K – $95K 4480 1.85%
NY Rochester $58620 $45K – $75K 10900 2.21%
NY Syracuse $58600 $42K – $75K 6580 2.19%
NY Utica – Rome $56820 $42K – $73K 2870 2.34%
OH Akron $60700 $50K – $75K 7470 2.37%
OH Canton – Massillon $57040 $46K – $75K 4030 2.48%
OH Cincinnati – Middletown $60880 $46K – $82K 22440 2.29%
OH Cleveland – Elyria – Mentor $64630 $51K – $80K 27580 2.77%
OH Columbus $60270 $48K – $83K 19430 2.12%
OH Dayton $61130 $46K – $76K 9750 2.65%
OH Lima $59760 $45K – $75K 2010 4.21%
OH Mansfield $55580 $43K – $72K 1140 2.27%
OH Sandusky $50560 $39K – $64K 740 2.02%
OH Springfield $57690 $41K – $72K 1090 2.27%
OH Steubenville – Weirton $57200 $42K – $75K 1400 3.21%
OH Toledo $57210 $45K – $73K 7320 2.51%
OH Youngstown – Warren – Boardman $53780 $41K – $73K 4950 2.27%
OK Lawton $57230 $43K – $72K 890 2.17%
OK Oklahoma City $57030 $41K – $74K 10830 1.85%
OK Tulsa $55750 $40K – $76K 7290 1.76%
OR Corvallis $79140 $61K – $95K N/A N/A
OR Eugene – Springfield $79070 $58K – $94K 2780 2.04%
OR Medford $79230 $58K – $94K 1790 2.43%
OR Portland – Vancouver – Hillsboro $81940 $61K – $108K 16830 1.68%
OR Salem $74870 $61K – $99K 2730 1.93%
PA Allentown – Bethlehem – Easton $66690 $47K – $90K 7690 2.28%
PA Altoona $59470 $42K – $84K 1420 2.46%
PA Erie $54100 $40K – $73K 3170 2.48%
PA Harrisburg – Carlisle $65180 $49K – $91K 6860 2.23%
PA Johnstown $57980 $46K – $73K 1860 3.32%
PA Lancaster $63740 $47K – $90K 3210 1.45%
PA Lebanon $67950 $51K – $85K 1020 2.04%
PA Philadelphia (Metro Area) $70530 $50K – $94K 43700 2.40%
PA Pittsburgh $59440 $44K – $80K 27450 2.44%
PA Reading $62730 $43K – $79K 3680 2.25%
PA Scranton – Wilkes – Barre $57050 $43K – $73K 5310 2.11%
PA State College $60080 $35K – $73K 950 1.43%
PA Williamsport $59310 $34K – $74K 850 1.60%
PA York – Hanover $68810 $51K – $89K 3350 1.92%
PR Aguadilla – Isabela – San Sebastian $26910 $17K – $33K 690 1.64%
PR Fajardo $29630 $21K – $37K 240 1.77%
PR Guayama $28110 $25K – $33K 320 2.44%
PR Mayaguez $30420 $25K – $37K 730 2.43%
PR Ponce $27980 $24K – $36K 1760 3.28%
PR San German – Cabo Rojo $30060 $19K – $37K 580 3.18%
PR San Juan – Caguas – Guaynabo $32050 $25K – $47K 12870 1.75%
PR Yauco $27880 $24K – $31K 160 1.43%
RI Providence – Fall River – Warwick $71580 $52K – $94K 14180 2.63%
SC Anderson $56690 $41K – $74K 1300 2.25%
SC Charleston – North Charleston – Summerville $64190 $49K – $82K 9060 3.10%
SC Columbia $56490 $37K – $77K 8430 2.48%
SC Florence $59200 $41K – $74K 2770 3.47%
SC Greenville – Mauldin – Easley $57950 $40K – $75K 6660 2.23%
SC Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach – Conway $55890 $40K – $73K 1720 1.56%
SC Spartanburg $52280 $40K – $71K 2720 2.35%
SC Sumter $53680 $42K – $73K 690 2.01%
SD Rapid City $55630 $41K – $74K 1820 3.05%
SD Sioux Falls $50450 $40K – $73K 5090 3.71%
TN Chattanooga $54700 $42K – $72K 6310 2.80%
TN Clarksville $54810 $41K – $74K 1550 1.90%
TN Cleveland $51290 $36K – $61K 750 2.02%
TN Jackson $48070 $39K – $67K 2320 3.98%
TN Johnson City $56040 $39K – $74K 3020 3.86%
TN Kingsport – Bristol – Bristol $48630 $36K – $69K 2850 2.45%
TN Knoxville $53400 $41K – $66K 8200 2.51%
TN Memphis $59880 $46K – $75K 11780 1.99%
TN Morristown $52490 $40K – $62K 690 1.53%
TN Nashville – Davidson – Murfreesboro – Franklin $58060 $41K – $75K 12110 1.62%
TX Abilene $55700 $39K – $73K 1590 2.56%
TX Amarillo $55020 $42K – $75K 2220 2.02%
TX Austin – Round Rock – San Marcos $61880 $47K – $86K 11360 1.40%
TX Beaumont – Port Arthur $56700 $31K – $78K 2530 1.61%
TX Brownsville – Harlingen $64150 $45K – $90K 2110 1.68%
TX College Station – Bryan $63320 $48K – $95K 1680 1.80%
TX Corpus Christi $60770 $47K – $80K 3620 2.00%
TX Dallas – Plano – Irving (Metro Area) $68960 $49K – $91K 39120 1.87%
TX El Paso $62870 $45K – $80K 4970 1.80%
TX Fort Worth – Arlington (Metro Area) $67020 $49K – $89K 15660 1.78%
TX Houston – Sugar Land – Baytown $72870 $53K – $95K 43180 1.64%
TX Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood $61020 $44K – $83K 3110 2.44%
TX Laredo $61920 $44K – $85K 1150 1.28%
TX Longview $57390 $43K – $75K 2020 2.06%
TX Lubbock $55070 $41K – $72K 3300 2.62%
TX McAllen – Edinburg – Mission $67150 $46K – $92K 5260 2.31%
TX Midland $55900 $41K – $75K 800 1.03%
TX Odessa $57530 $41K – $82K 1060 1.56%
TX San Angelo $56830 $44K – $74K 900 2.02%
TX San Antonio – New Braunfels $66630 $46K – $90K 16870 1.96%
TX Sherman – Denison $58470 $47K – $75K 1240 3.03%
TX Texarkana – Texarkana $57060 $41K – $74K 1460 2.72%
TX Tyler $57160 $44K – $72K 3210 3.47%
TX Victoria $51800 $29K – $73K 1360 2.73%
TX Waco $57770 $41K – $85K 2100 2.09%
TX Wichita Falls $53810 $39K – $73K 1190 2.14%
UT Logan $54970 $42K – $70K 680 1.39%
UT Ogden – Clearfield $58290 $45K – $74K 2870 1.45%
UT Provo – Orem $55830 $43K – $74K 2840 1.59%
UT Salt Lake City $60600 $47K – $77K 9480 1.52%
UT St. George $56670 $42K – $74K 940 1.98%
VA Blacksburg – Christiansburg – Radford $53510 $40K – $72K 930 1.46%
VA Charlottesville $64420 $44K – $88K 3080 3.19%
VA Danville $53780 $40K – $75K 570 1.52%
VA Harrisonburg $55390 $41K – $75K 1050 1.82%
VA Lynchburg $54470 $41K – $76K 1940 2.01%
VA Richmond $64110 $46K – $85K 12290 2.05%
VA Roanoke $57610 $41K – $77K 3930 2.66%
VA Virginia Beach – Norfolk – Newport News $59970 $42K – $76K 11860 1.66%
VA Winchester $65930 $44K – $90K 1450 2.76%
VT Burlington – South Burlington $63870 $45K – $91K 2500 2.17%
WA Bellingham $57960 $42K – $80K N/A N/A
WA Bremerton – Silverdale $72060 $52K – $104K 1310 1.67%
WA Kennewick – Pasco – Richland $65080 $51K – $92K 1540 1.59%
WA Longview $71540 $51K – $102K N/A N/A
WA Mount Vernon – Anacortes $64340 $51K – $103K 840 1.99%
WA Olympia $79140 $53K – $105K 1650 1.75%
WA Seattle – Bellevue – Everett (Metro Area) $80400 $57K – $110K 21000 1.49%
WA Spokane $73100 $51K – $98K 5010 2.55%
WA Tacoma (Metro Area) $74060 $53K – $98K 5770 2.26%
WA Wenatchee – East Wenatchee $68450 $51K – $94K 870 2.26%
WA Yakima $63400 $45K – $90K 2090 2.63%
WI Appleton $61100 $49K – $78K 1560 1.36%
WI Eau Claire $65730 $51K – $86K 2020 2.58%
WI Fond du Lac $57520 $45K – $73K 780 1.82%
WI Green Bay $58680 $45K – $75K 3190 1.91%
WI Janesville $59780 $49K – $77K 1480 2.44%
WI La Crosse $53480 $42K – $72K 2450 3.45%
WI Madison $70580 $52K – $95K 8510 2.55%
WI Milwaukee – Waukesha – West Allis $64430 $50K – $85K 17070 2.12%
WI Oshkosh – Neenah $61220 $46K – $76K 1790 2.01%
WI Racine $63180 $50K – $76K 1530 2.07%
WI Sheboygan $60580 $49K – $83K 710 1.28%
WI Wausau $57870 $43K – $78K 1200 1.86%
WV Charleston $54750 $40K – $77K 3420 2.37%
WV Huntington – Ashland $57160 $43K – $73K 4400 4.06%
WV Morgantown $57370 $40K – $86K 2160 3.51%
WV Parkersburg – Marietta – Vienna $50670 $40K – $70K 1850 2.73%
WV Wheeling $41370 $33K – $59K 1690 2.62%
WY Casper $59330 $47K – $74K 790 1.93%
WY Cheyenne $61610 $46K – $87K 860 2.02%

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