Data from the second compensation survey conducted by the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) – based on 2015 data – are summarized in this article. The data are reported as the percentage that fall within ranges for different positions. For example, the most frequently reported range for chief nursing officers in nonsystem hospitals is $250,000 or more (17 percent reported this). CNOs in system hospitals were much more likely to be in this top salary band – 52 percent reported earning $250,000+. Not surprisingly, nurse executives working for health systems in the corporate office, those in academic medical centers, and those in consulting firms were more likely to draw higher compensation.
Source: Kittner, A., and Thrall, T.H. (2016, October). AONE 2016 salary survey: Wide ranging compensation, strong satisfaction. Nurse Leader, 14(5), 311-316. Click here for full text: http://www.nurseleader.com/article/S1541-4612(16)30112-4/pdf Posted by AHA Resource Center (312) 422-2050, email@example.com
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