Nurse practitioner earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Nurse practitioner salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $120,100
Alabama $95,010
Arkansas $99,740
Arizona $113,394
California $126,890
Colorado $105,560
Connecticut $115,370
District of Columbia $110,420
Delaware $105,390
Florida $97,270
Georgia $104,360
Guam $45,420
Hawaii $123,570
Iowa $104,640
Idaho $102,830
Illinois $105,800
Indiana $102,390
Kansas $97,310
Kentucky $96,180
Louisiana $99,510
Massachusetts $119,420
Maryland $108,580
Maine $102,280
Michigan $103,210
Minnesota $115,550
Missouri $98,430
Mississippi $102,480
Montana $103,390
North Carolina $101,540
North Dakota $105,030
Nebraska $102,210
New Hampshire $108,750
New Jersey $118,040
New Mexico $109,970
Nevada $112,090
New York $118,550
Ohio $101,010
Oklahoma $104,310
Oregon $110,770
Pennsylvania $100,021
Puerto Rico $19,450
Rhode Island $112,620
South Carolina $96,080
South Dakota $100,440
Tennessee $96,440
Texas $108,660
Utah $105,160
Virginia $102,480
Vermont $101,660
Washington $116,350
Wisconsin $106,160
West Virginia $96,250
Wyoming $114,000

How do nurse practitioner salaries compare to similar careers?

Nurse practitioners earn 6% less than similar careers in District of Columbia. On average, they make less than nurse educators but more than clinical psychologists.

Career Median Salary
Nurse educator salary $136K
Health services manager salary $128K
Pharmacist salary $126K
Physician assistant salary $115K
Anesthesiologist assistant salary $115K
Nurse practitioner salary $110K
Informatics nurse specialist salary $105K
Audiologist salary $100K
Nuclear medicine technologist salary $94K
Clinical psychologist salary $85K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)