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Average Salary For Registered Nurse (RN) at Baptist Health Systems

Registered Nurse (RN) at Baptist Health Systems Average Salary (?
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$42,364 - $74,880
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MEDIAN: $52,510
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Compare Employers: Registered Nurse (RN) at Baptist Health Systems

Baptist Health Systems Methodist Healthcare HCA, Inc.
Compensation
Hourly Rate
$20.67 - $32.67
$20.87 - $36.11
$21.14 - $37.17
Overtime
not applicable
not applicable
$11.63 - $47.01
Total Pay
$42,364 - $74,880
$44,176 - $74,259
$44,698 - $77,467
     
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Vacation Weeks 2.4 Weeks 2.2 Weeks 1.9 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
13 reporting
93%
1 reporting
7%
7 reporting
64%
4 reporting
36%
58 reporting
84%
11 reporting
16%
Years Experience Breakdown
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10-19
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Popular Perks Life insurance / disability, 403(b), Paid sick leave 401(k), Paid holidays & vacation, 403(b) 401(k), Life insurance / disability, Paid sick leave

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