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Average Hourly, Annual RN Wage by State

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October 27, 2016
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Travel nurses experience unrivaled choice in when and where they work. Pay doesn’t dictate everything, but it’s obviously a massive factor. Below is the hourly wage and annual wage of registered nurses in every state. Travel nurses can mane an earning even more, but the benchmarks offer excellent insight into where you stand to make the most in travel nursing. So what are the average hourly and annual RN wage? Look below for more information!

Bureau of Labor Statistics and is listed in alphabetical order:

Alabama
Hourly Wage: $27.35
Annual Wage: $56,890

Alaska
Hourly Wage: $42.55
Annual Wage: $88,510

Arizona
Hourly Wage: $34.51
Annual Wage: $71,790

Arkansas
Hourly Wage: $27.34
Annual Wage: $56,870

California
Hourly Wage: $48.68
Annual Wage: $101,260

Colorado
Hourly Wage: $33.65
Annual Wage: $69,990

Connecticut
Hourly Wage: $37.18
Annual Wage: $77,330

Delaware
Hourly Wage: $34.33
Annual Wage: $71,410

Florida
Hourly Wage: $30.75
Annual Wage: $63,960

Georgia
Hourly Wage: $30.38
Annual Wage: $63,190

Hawaii
Hourly Wage: $43.33
Annual Wage: $90,130

Idaho
Hourly Wage: $29.46
Annual Wage: $61,280

Illinois
Hourly Wage: $33.54
Annual Wage: $69,760

Indiana
Hourly Wage: $28.32
Annual Wage: $58,910

Iowa
Hourly Wage: $26.46
Annual Wage: $55,040

Kansas
Hourly Wage: $27.60
Annual Wage: $57,410

Kentucky
Hourly Wage: $28.26
Annual Wage: $58,770

Louisiana
Hourly Wage: $30.03
Annual Wage: $62,450

Maine
Hourly Wage: $30.92
Annual Wage: $64,310

Maryland
Hourly Wage: $35.19
Annual Wage: $73,200

Massachusetts
Hourly Wage: $42.62
Annual Wage: $88,650

Michigan
Hourly Wage: $32.54
Annual Wage: $67,690

Minnesota
Hourly Wage: $34.77
Annual Wage: $72,310

Mississippi
Hourly Wage: $27.39
Annual Wage: $56,980

Missouri
Hourly Wage: $28.44
Annual Wage: $59,150

Montana
Hourly Wage: $30.12
Annual Wage: $62,650

Nebraska
Hourly Wage: $28.35
Annual Wage: $58,970

Nevada
Hourly Wage: $39.16
Annual Wage: $81,460

New Hampshire
Hourly Wage: $32.30
Annual Wage: $67,190

New Jersey
Hourly Wage: $38.38
Annual Wage: $79,840

New Mexico
Hourly Wage: $31.74
Annual Wage: $66,030

New York
Hourly Wage: $37.96
Annual Wage: $78,950

North Carolina
Hourly Wage: $29.07
Annual Wage: $60,460

North Dakota
Hourly Wage: $28.31
Annual Wage: $58,890

Ohio
Hourly Wage: $30.19
Annual Wage: $62,800

Oklahoma
Hourly Wage: $28.39
Annual Wage: $59,040

Oregon
Hourly Wage: $40.29
Annual Wage: $83,800

Pennsylvania
Hourly Wage: $32.47
Annual Wage: $67,550

Rhode Island
Hourly Wage: $36.74
Annual Wage: $76,410

South Carolina
Hourly Wage: $29.38
Annual Wage: $61,110

South Dakota
Hourly Wage: $26.49
Annual Wage: $55,100

Tennessee
Hourly Wage: $27.67
Annual Wage: $57,560

Texas
Hourly Wage: $33.60
Annual Wage: $69,890

Utah
Hourly Wage: $29.33
Annual Wage: $61,000

Vermont
Hourly Wage: $31.65
Annual Wage: $65,840

Virginia
Hourly Wage: $31.41
Annual Wage: $65,340

West Virginia
Hourly Wage: $27.89
Annual Wage: $58,010

Washington
Hourly Wage: $37.56
Annual Wage: $78,130

Wisconsin
Hourly Wage: $31.94
Annual Wage: $66,440

Wyoming
Hourly Wage: $29.84
Annual Wage: $62,080

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