Years of Experience
Those who have five to nine years of work experience see average pay of $18.53 per hour. Overall, the greater share of Indiana University (IU) Health folks have one to four years of experience and earn an average around $19.48 per hour.
When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck ($26.57 per hour) can be spotted in Muncie, Ind.; Lafayette, Ind. (approximately $22.59), Knox, Ind. (about $20.31), and Goshen, Ind. ($20.12) are the next top-paying cities. At around $14.80, Laporte, Ind. is home to some of the lowest pay in the country.
Emergency Room Registered Nurses represent the higher end of the earnings spectrum — in fact, median pay for this job is the highest at $24.14 per hour — though Registered Nurses, Operating Room Registered Nurses, and Radiologic Technologists also do fairly well at about $23.33, $22.98, and $22.04, respectively. With salaries averaging approximately $12.58, Medical Assistants are among the lowest paid at Indiana University (IU) Health.
Certifications and Degrees
Registered Respiratory Therapists have significantly higher pay than non-accredited workers at about $26.82 per hour. At Indiana University (IU) Health, employees who hold an Associate Degree Nursing (ADN), Associate Degree in Nursing receive the highest pay at $35.52.
The highest-paying skill in this position seems to be Critical Care; individuals who report it as part of the repertoire have a median income of $25.08 per hour. A skill that is commonly seen around here is Customer Service; around one in seven deem it necessary for work. Some other standard skills here are Acute Care, Electronic Medical Records, and Pediatrics.
Women make up the majority of employees who completed the questionnaire for a female-to-male ratio of more than 3 to 1.
Benefits and Perks
Only one-seventh of workers at Indiana University (IU) Health enjoy paid vacation time, and just 8 percent can take sick leave. Employees can save for retirement by joining one of several savings plans such as a 401(k) plan and a 403(b) plan. A large number of respondents can count on health insurance, and a solid majority of respondents have dental coverage as a benefit. Some other perks are life insurance, tuition reimbursement, and defined contribution (dc) retirement plan.