Average Nurse Midwife Salary in Connecticut

Nurse midwives in Connecticut earn an average of $111,980 per year (or $53.84 per hour).

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Connecticut nurse midwives earn 1% lower than the national average salary for CNMs, at $114,210 (or $54.91 per hour).

Nurse midwife salary range in Connecticut

Annual Salary Hourly Wage
90th Percentile $162,770 $78
75th Percentile $121,530 $58
Median $102,370 $49
25th Percentile $99,340 $47

80% of Connecticut CNMs earn between $96,960 and $162,770.

Cost-of-living adjusted nurse midwife salary in Connecticut

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Adjusted for cost-of-living, Connecticut CNMs earn about $108,297 per year. Cost-of-living in Connecticut is 3% higher than the national average, meaning they face higher prices for food, housing, and transportation compared to other states.

Highest paying cities in Connecticut for nurse midwives

East Hartford, CT $121,090 per year
Danbury, CT $97,920 per year

Connecticut nursing salaries vary from region to region across the state. The area where nurse midwives are paid the highest is East Hartford, where the average CNMs salary is $121,090 and 0 nurse midwives are currently employed. The Danbury area comes in second, with a $97,920 average CNM salary and 0 nurse midwives employed.

How much do similar professions get paid in Connecticut?

Nurse Anesthetist $276,540 per year
Nurse Practitioner $120,450 per year
Physical Therapist $101,180 per year
Dental Hygienist $88,610 per year
Registered Nurse $88,530 per year
Licensed Practical Nurse $59,440 per year
Pharmacy Technician $38,050 per year

At a $111,980 average annual salary, CNMs in Connecticut tend to earn less than nurse anesthetists ($276,540) and nurse practitioners ($120,450). They tend to earn more than physical therapists ($101,180), dental hygienists ($88,610), registered nurses ($88,530), licensed practical nurses ($59,440), and pharmacy technicians ($38,050).

More about nurse midwives

A nurse-midwife is an advanced practice registered nurse who provides care for women throughout the reproductive process from preconception to delivery. Though they specialize in the reproductive process, they are also equipped to handle primary care and other gynecological services for women as well. Nurse-midwives work mostly in hospitals within the United States, but some work in community clinics, birthing clinics, or directly with the patient in their homes.

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