Nurse Practitioners (NP) Jobs- The Locum Tenens Way
Nurse practitioner (NP) jobs are abundant as the medical specialty enjoys a rise in demand and an overall increase in career satisfaction for working nurse practitioners. Thanks to the country’s growing need for more advanced practitioners in primary care and a variety of medical specialties, the number of nurse practitioner jobs is rising dramatically. This growing demand is also fueling growth in the number of locum tenens nurse practitioner jobs. NPs who choose to work these temporary assignments are enjoying the flexibility to work when and where they want.
A snapshot of nurse practitioners in the United States:
- Over half of all NPs work in primary care, in family and adult health specialties1
- 51% report that they are leaders of their respective care teams2
- NPs have an estimated mean (average) annual salary of $91,4503
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NPs Show High Levels of Career Satisfaction. Nurse practitioners are overwhelmingly satisfied with their careers, according to the 2013 Survey of Nurse Practitioners: Practice Trends and Perspectives. Of the 222 survey respondents, 100% said they had positive feelings about being a nurse practitioner, 98% said they would rate their morale as positive, and 99% said they are optimistic about the future for NPs. The survey was conducted by Staff Care in partnership with the American Nurse Practitioner Foundation (ANPF). Download the full survey today.
Data sources: 1American Nurse Practitioner Foundation (ANPF) website, 2Staff Care’s 2013 Survey of Nurse Practitioners, 3U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment and Wages, May 2012.