allnurses.com, the largest online community and peer-to peer networking site for nurses and nursing students, announces the release of its interactive 2015 Nursing Salary Survey results. For twenty years, allnurses.com has been the collective voice of the nursing community and is proud to be the definitive source for news and information for those in the nursing profession.
“The overwhelming response rate from the 2015 Salary Survey caught us pleasantly off guard!” said Mary Watts, Community Manager of allnurses.com. “The sheer quantity of more than 18,000 responses gave us an incredible amount of data, including even the unique nursing specialties. The data revealed a number of trends which will impact the nursing community for years to come and highlights various issues which will be important for employers to address.”
With this wealth of nursing salary data, the value to nurses as well as administrative staff is invaluable. “Nursing students are extremely savvy and having access to this level of salary data could play a part in which specialties future nurses decide to focus on” stated Mary. “This is just another way that we are giving nurses a more powerful voice.”
Totaling nearly 6,000,000 visitors per month, the tremendous reach of allnurses continually strives to inform nursing professionals as well as healthcare decision makers.
Founded in 1996, allnurses.com is the leading networking site for nurses and nursing students. With an ever-growing community of more than 960,000 registered members, allnurses is the go-to place to communicate and discuss nursing, jobs, schools, NCLEX, careers, and so much more.
The allnurses.com network includes additional resources such as the Nursing Insights e-newsletter, Facebook pages for allnurses.com and Nurses Rock, and a robust Jobs website where users can create job alerts and upload their resume to speed their job search. These allow followers to engage in conversation about serious nursing topics as well as more fun, lighthearted subjects. allnurses in continually enhancing the site for an improved mobile experience for its users which allows nurses to stay connected and find immediate answers and information they need while on-the-go.