|National||5, 150, 780|
Of all of the nursing professionals that work in the US, approximately 1% work in Colorado state.
Employment Growth for Nursing professionals In Colorado
|60, 650||64, 130||68, 370||71, 080|
Nursing is a growing field in Colorado. In Colorado, 9, 580 more nursing professionals were working in 2010, than there were in 2006. Thus, in Colorado, this field has grown by 16% in four years. This growth is faster than the national trend for nursing professionals which shows a 7% increase in the number of nursing professionals working around the nation.
Nursing VS. All Professions salaries in Colorado
|$62, 502||$54, 766||$57, 536||$61, 604||$63, 110|
|$46, 058||$47, 685||$48, 234||$49, 831||$51, 291|
- Light Blue: Nursing
- Dark Yellow: All Professions
The salaries paid to nursing professionals are growing in Colorado. The mean salary for nursing professionals in 2006 was $62, 502 per year. And in 2010 the mean salary was $63, 110 per year.
Salary percentiles for Nursing professionals in Colorado
|10th percentile||$37, 118|
|25th percentile||$46, 070|
|50th percentile||$58, 264|
|75th percentile||$73, 170|
|90th percentile||$91, 668|
Thus, nursing professionals' salaries grew by 1% in 4 years. State trends for all professions mirror this growth. There is a 147% pay differential between the highest paid nursing professionals and those in the bottom 10% of the pay bracket. Thus, there is huge variation in pay, within the field of nursing in Colorado.
Average Salaries for Nursing professionals and related professions in Colorado
|Forensic Nursing||$88, 975|
|RN to BSN|
In Colorado, nursing professionals make, on average, less than their counterparts in related professions.
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