Salary of a Cardiac Nurse
Learn More About Cardiac Nurse Salaries
The job outlook for cardiac nurses looks strong. According to an American Heart Association report, nearly half of all U.S. adults have some type of cardiovascular disease. That unfortunate statistic ensures that cardiac nurses will stay in demand.
When you work as a cardiac RN, you can make a significant impact on the lives of many patients.
So, you know you’ll have work, and that work will be fulfilling, but what will your pay look like?
According to the website, Salary.com, the average Cardiovascular Nurse salary in the United States is $68,934 as of March 26, 2020, but the salary range typically falls between $64,850 and $73,551.
Cardiac nurse salaries can fluctuate based on geographic location, unit, and experience. To earn even more as a cardiac nurse, you may consider demonstrating your high level of competence through a certification.
Another way to boost your nursing pay is though a career as a cardiac travel nurse. Travel nurses tend to earn higher salaries as a general rule - an average of 15 percent more than you would in a permanent position. With TravelNursing.com’s extensive database of jobs, you’ll find locations and facilities that offer salaries to meet your needs.
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