Telemetry Nurse Salary Guide: King Of Prussia, PA

Average Telemetry Nurse Salary

$49.69/hour

The average salary for a Telemetry Nurse in King Of Prussia, PA is $49.69 per hour. This is 6% higher than the US average of $46.69.

Last updated on July 22, 2024. Based on active jobs on Vivian.com.

Telemetry Nurse salaries in King Of Prussia, PA compared to State and National Averages

$49.69/hour

King Of Prussia, PA

6% higher than the US average.

$46.69/hour

United States

How Telemetry Nurse Salaries in King Of Prussia Compare to Other Cities

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Camden, New Jersey

$37/hour

New Brunswick, New Jersey

$45/hour

Bayonne, New Jersey

$45/hour

What cities in Pennsylvania pay the most for Telemetry Nurses?
CityAverage Hourly SalaryMax Hourly Salary
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania$45$47
Eagleville, Pennsylvania$37$49

Last updated on July 22, 2024. Information based on active jobs on Vivian.com and pay data from BLS and around the web.

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