Average Registered Nurse Salary in Georgia
Registered nurses in Georgia earn an average of $75,380 per year (or $36.24 per hour).
Georgia registered nurses earn 8% lower than the national average salary for RNs, at $82,750 (or $39.78 per hour).
Registered nurse salary range in Georgia
|Annual Salary||Hourly Wage|
80% of Georgia RNs earn between $58,400 and $98,410.
Cost-of-living adjusted registered nurse salary in Georgia
Adjusted for cost-of-living, Georgia RNs earn about $79,767 per year. Cost-of-living in Georgia is 5% lower than the national average, meaning they face lower prices for food, housing, and transportation compared to other states.
How much do similar professions get paid in Georgia?
|Nurse Anesthetist||$177,960 per year|
|Nurse Practitioner||$109,560 per year|
|Nurse Midwife||$99,140 per year|
|Physical Therapist||$93,980 per year|
|Dental Hygienist||$73,140 per year|
|Licensed Practical Nurse||$47,370 per year|
|Pharmacy Technician||$34,220 per year|
At a $75,380 average annual salary, RNs in Georgia tend to earn less than nurse anesthetists ($177,960), nurse practitioners ($109,560), nurse midwives ($99,140), and physical therapists ($93,980). They tend to earn more than dental hygienists ($73,140), licensed practical nurses ($47,370), and pharmacy technicians ($34,220).
More about registered nurses
Registered nurses are licensed practitioners who help provide crucial care to patients in a wide variety of settings. Generally, they work under the supervision of a doctor or a nurse practitioner. Their day-to-day responsibilities depend on the specialty in which they choose to practice. Some of the most common specialties include ICU, pediatric, and medical-surgical nurses.
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Data sources: rn salary data, cost of living data