Average Nurse Educator Salary in Alabama

Nurse educators in Alabama earn an average of $67,725 per year (or $32.56 per hour).

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20% lower than the national average
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Alabama nurse educators earn 20% lower than the national average salary for nurse educators, at $84,768 (or $40.75 per hour).

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Nurse educator salary range in Alabama

Annual Salary Hourly Wage
90th Percentile $86,045 $41
75th Percentile $81,243 $39
Median $66,182 $31
25th Percentile $52,937 $25

80% of Alabama nurse educators earn between $51,832 and $86,045.

Cost-of-living adjusted nurse educator salary in Alabama

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Adjusted for cost-of-living, Alabama nurse educators earn about $75,839 per year. Cost-of-living in Alabama is 10% lower than the national average, meaning they face lower prices for food, housing, and transportation compared to other states.

Highest paying cities in Alabama for nurse educators

Hoover, AL $69,573 per year
Huntsville, AL $69,485 per year
Mobile, AL $68,764 per year

Alabama nursing salaries vary from region to region across the state. The area where nurse educators are paid the highest is Hoover, where the average nurse educators salary is $69,573 and 17,880 registered nurses are currently employed. The Huntsville area comes in second, with a $69,485 average nurse educator salary and 5,320 registered nurses employed.

Nurse educators salaries in other states

California $130,735 per year
Oregon $102,423 per year
Massachusetts $114,817 per year
Washington $99,750 per year
New York $93,320 per year
Nevada $95,733 per year
New Jersey $84,593 per year
Connecticut $97,976 per year
Minnesota $88,567 per year
Maryland $84,813 per year

How much do other nurses get paid in Alabama?

Clinical Informatics Nurse $72,562 per year
Infection Control Nurse $71,430 per year
Case Management Nurse $71,111 per year
Urology Nurse $68,208 per year
Infusion Nurse $67,725 per year
Diabetes Nurse $67,725 per year
Home Health Nurse $67,725 per year
Geriatric Nurse $67,725 per year
Nurse Manager $67,725 per year
Primary Care Nurse $67,725 per year

At a $67,725 average annual salary, nurse educators in Alabama tend to earn less than clinical informatics nurses ($72,562), infection control nurses ($71,430), case management nurses ($71,111), and urology nurses ($68,208). They tend to earn more than infusion nurses ($67,725), diabetes nurses ($67,725), home health nurses ($67,725), geriatric nurses ($67,725), nurse managers ($67,725), and primary care nurses ($67,725).

More about nurse educators

A nurse educator teaches others about the field of nursing in the classroom, hospital and other settings. They design curriculum, research and oversee clinical work. They work with students, patients and their peers. Nurse educators have their nurse license and an advanced degree such as a Masters of Science in Nursing.

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Data sources: rn salary data, cost of living data, proprietary data from Incredible Health