Years of Experience
For those with one to four years of experience, median paychecks reach around $13.15 per hour. When we consider tenure, a substantial portion of employees (32 percent) have been working for five to nine years and make approximately $29.36 per hour on average.
Case Managers rake in the most money, with average earnings of $33.00 per hour; Registered Nurses come in second with median earnings amounting to $23.46, and Phlebotomists rank near the top as well ($13.30).
Residents of Las Vegas, Nev. pick up paychecks that are higher than any other city — the median salary is about $32.50 per hour; other top-paying cities include Winchester, Va. ($22.80) and Front Royal, Va. (around $19.19). Within the company, workers earn the highest pay (an average of $32.50 per hour) in Nevada.
Certifications and Degrees
Those lacking certification bring in much lower salaries than Registered Nurses, who make $37.58 per hour. The highest-paying degree here is a Bachelor's Degree; Valley Health awards approximately $22.75 to these degree-holders.
The highest-paying skill to have in this role seems to be Acute Care; employees claiming this as part of the toolbox earn a median of about $33.50 per hour. A skill that is commonly seen around here is Phlebotomy; nearly one in eight deem it necessary for work. Key skills also include Customer Service, Cardiology, and Case Management.
With a more than 3 to 1 female-to-male ratio, women represent the better half of Valley Health's employees who responded to the survey.
Benefits and Perks
Quite a few retirement plans are on offer at Valley Health, including a 401(k) plan and a 403(b) plan. The larger part of survey participants have health insurance, and benefits for a majority of respondents also include dental insurance. A few more workplace perks are tuition reimbursement, flexible hours, a casual working environment, and life insurance.