Reflecting their level of responsibility, CRNAs are one of the best paid nursing specialties.
According to a Merritt Hawkins & Associates study from 2009 the average salary for CRNAs was $189,000. Although in 2005 the average annual CRNA salary was reported as $160,000, although starting salaries tend to be closer to $110,000-$130,000.
CRNA salaries and the number of job opportunities can vary widely from state to state. Learn more about expected salaries in certain states.
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