Salary Study for Nurse Leaders

Over the past nine years, the American Organization of Nurse Executives has provided up-to-date data surrounding the compensation of nurses throughout the field. The AONE Salary and Compensation Study for Nurse Leaders, conducted every three years, supports AONE’s objectives of advancing nursing practice and patient care, promoting nursing leadership excellence and shaping public policy for health care nationwide.

We need your responses!

AONE has engaged an independent consulting firm, McKinley Advisors, to field the 2019 AONE Salary and Compensation Study for Nurse Leaders. Your responses to this survey are critical to ensure that AONE continues to provide robust data surrounding compensation of nurse leaders.

    • 13Feb

      Survey Participation Deadline | Participation Deadline Feb. 13.
      Individual survey results will be kept strictly confidential, and as a thank you for completing the survey, AONE will send you an executive summary, which you can use to compare your own compensation and work setting characteristics with those of your peers.

To complete the survey, please refer to the email entitled “2019 AONE Salary and Compensation Study” sent by abramer@mckinley-advisors.com on January 23 for your unique survey link. To have the survey link resent to you, please contact abramer@mckinley-advisors.com.

Thank you in advance for your support of AONE and the profession of nursing.

The collection of data in this survey follows the safety zone requirements described in the Statement of Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission Enforcement Policy on provider participation in exchanges of price and cost information.


What you will find in the 2016 report

 
Nursing Salaries
Half of responding nurse leaders’ salaries fall between $90,000 and $149,999.
Salary by Education
Sixty-one percent of nurse leaders who have a master’s degree earn between $100,000 and $179,999 per year.
Recommendations
Fifty-three percent of respondents rate their willingness to recommend a career in nursing leadership as a nine or ten on a ten point scale.
 
 

For additional information about the AONE salary and compensation study, contact AONE.

Data was collected confidentially and has been shared throughout this report in aggregate form. The collection of data and presentation in this report follows the safety zone requirements described in the Statement of Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission Enforcement Policy on provider participation in exchanges of price and cost information.