Registered Nurses in the state of New Hampshire earn an average annual salary of $73,880 per year (or $35.52 per hour) as of May 2019, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 80% of New Hampshire RNs earn between $53,680 and $99,060.
On average, RNs in New Hampshire earn about 5% less than the national average salary for nurses, at $77,460 (or $37.24 per hour).
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The cost of living in a region can impact what nurses tend to earn working in those areas. With a Cost of Living Index of 108.2 in Q3 2020, nurses in New Hampshire can expect higher prices for food, housing, and transportation compared to other states.
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Average RN Salary In New Hampshire Cities
New Hampshire RN salaries vary quite a bit across the state. But, the highest-paying regions for RNs are in the Boston-Cambridge-Nashua area with average RN salaries at around $96,510. The Manchester metropolitan is second at $74,910. RNs located in the Portsmouth area can expect to earn a similar salary of about $74,600.
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Average RN salary vs similar healthcare professions in New Hampshire
At a $73,880 average annual salary, RNs in New Hampshire tend to earn less than other types of healthcare workers. Across all these professions, “Nurse Practitioners” and “Physical Therapists” workers in New Hampshire earn the most at an average salary ranging between $84,610-$110,680 according to the BLS.
Here’s how a sample of these other types of healthcare professions compare to RN salaries in New Hampshire:
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Job outlook for Registered Nurses in New Hampshire
About 13,830 RNs reside in the state of New Hampshire. These jobs are still projected to increase by about 12.7% from 2018 to 2028 – an increase of almost 1,750 new RNs in the state in the coming years.
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