Average Registered Nurse Salary

$37.94/hour

The average salary for a Registered Nurse in Alabama is $37.94 per hour. This is 17% lower than the US average of $44.57.

Last updated on May 21, 2024. Based on active jobs on Vivian.com.

Registered Nurse salaries in Alabama compared to National Averages

$37.94/hour

Alabama

17% lower than the US average.

$44.57/hour

United States

What cities in Alabama pay the most for Registered Nurses?
CityAverage Hourly SalaryMax Hourly Salary
Birmingham, Alabama$38$40
What type of Registered Nurses make the most money in Alabama?
SpecialtyAverage Hourly SalaryMax Hourly Salary
Psychiatric$38$40
Mental Health$38$40
Behavioral Health$38$40
Med Surg / Telemetry$37$40
ED - Emergency Department$37$40
How does the pay for Registered Nurses in Alabama compare to nearby states?
Average Hourly SalaryMax Hourly Salary
Tennessee$43$46
Georgia$42$47
Florida$39$44
Missouri$38$54
Illinois$36$45
North Carolina$32$43
Kentucky$31$40
Mississippi$28$28
What are the highest paying Employers and Agencies for Registered Nurse jobs in Alabama?
Average Hourly SalaryMax Hourly Salary
Tenet-Alabama$35$45
Protouch Staffing - Permanent$32$32

Last updated on May 21, 2024. Information based on active jobs on Vivian.com and pay data from BLS and around the web.

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