Bringing in the most money are Vice President (VP), Fundraisings — their earnings average $89K annually. Women's Health Nurse Practitioners are a close second at about $80K along with Director of Revenue Cycle Managements ($80K) and Human Resources Directors ($69K). Planned Parenthood hands out some of the smallest paychecks to Clinical Assistants (approximately $33K on average).
When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck (around $100K per year) can be spotted in Los Angeles, Calif.; Salt Lake City, Utah ($89K), Boston, Mass. ($75K), and New York, N.Y. (approximately $68K) are the next top-paying cities. Approaching the lower end of the pay scale (at $46K) is Philadelphia, Pa. U.S. pay levels are highest in the state of California; salaries there average to around $98K annually.
Years of Experience
For those with five to nine years of experience, average earnings amount to about $59K per year. Between the one and five year mark, median pay is approximately $49K annually. The greater proportion of employees (35 percent) report 10-19 years of experience and bring home median pay of about $83K per year.
Certifications and Degrees
Salaries approach around $93K annually for American Academy of Nurse Practitioners; non-accredited workers make much less. Bigger paychecks are awarded to Certified Public Accountants with credentials; these people earn $86K per year on average. Planned Parenthood workers who hold a Master of Business Administration (MBA) are also well compensated, earning $80K on average.
When it comes to skills, Strategic Planning seems to bolster pay the most; employees who claim proficiency also enjoy a median income of $125K annually. Project Management also popped up often in the survey as an important skill; a little less than one-fifth of employees surveyed report using it at work. Some other standard skills here are People Management, Operations Management, and Budget Management.
Benefits and Perks
The benefits packages at Planned Parenthood can sometimes lack paid time off; 35 percent get paid vacation days, and one in five workers receive paid 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 receive health insurance, and a solid majority of workers get dental coverage. Some other perks are life insurance, a subsidized cell phone, and flexible hours.