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2014 National Salary Survey of NPs & PAs

Help us gauge trends in compensation this year

ADVANCE for NPs & PAs is collecting an annual survey to determine the salaries of nurse practitioners and physician assistants, measuring their compensation by factors such as their primary focus, education, geographical location, and years of experience.

In determining these results we hope to evaluate how your profession is changing, how salaries vary between different places, and which degrees are most popular. In 2013, we found that the average annual salaries for full time nurse practitioners and physician assistants have risen considerably from the previous year, while both the numbers of patients seen each week and the number of prescriptions written have declined. Male nurse practitioners and physician assistants continued to earn more than women in both professions - though the gap between the genders grew smaller among nurse practitioners.

Assist us in tracking similar trends in 2014 by taking our short and simple Salary Survey! Data collection closes Nov. 30, and results will be published on our site in January 2015.

Nurse practitioners, click here

Physician assistants, click here

After you have completed this short survey, please forward the link to a colleague. The greater the number of respondents, the more relevant the resulting data will be to your practice.


Hello Alisa and Christy,
This year's survey does not include questions about gender, number of patients seen and number of prescriptions written. Our goal was to create a quicker, more concise questionnaire experience. We'll assess for next year whether to return those types of questions. Thanks for participating!

Michelle Perron,  EditorNovember 06, 2014
King of Prussia , PA

I didn't see any questions re: gender.

Alisa  Lancaster ,  APRNNovember 06, 2014
Batesville , AR

the survey did not ask about # of patients seen or prescriptions written, is that not being included this year?

Christy McCallOctober 29, 2014

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