Welcome to the healthcareworkersalary.com website. We created this website to provide salary and training information for various healthcare industry careers. We provide up-to-date salary information for professions in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Australia. The data we provide on this page is current as at the time of publication and updated frequently. The salary information is taken from very well respected publicly available resources such as the Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and the various professional associations and organizations of the different professions such as the American Medical Association. We source information from these different sources and some job surveys to provide you salary information about careers in various fields such as physicians, nurses, medical technicians and technologists, dentists, therapists and other health professionals.
Our website also discusses the education required to become any of these professionals. We tell you what you need to study and what types of qualification you need to become a hematologist, a forensic pathologist, a dental hygienist etc. Some of the careers we cover require a degree and others only require a certificate. So whatever the education level you want to attain, we have a a career for you.
Announcing the 2015 Healthcare Worker Salary Scholarship
We are thrilled to announce that you can now apply for our first annual $500 scholarship right here on our site. Just click through to the scholarship page, read through the easy requirements, and submit your application for the chance to be the winner!
Factors that may affect the salaries of healthcare workers
Although the information on here is accurate, there are many factors that may affect how much you will actually earn in your profession.
Geographical location: The location of where you end up working will greatly affect your salary. Those working in large metropolitan areas tend to earn much higher salary than those working in rural or less populated areas. This is largely due to the fact that there are more clients in largely populated areas than in less populated areas. This also means that those working large cities and towns work longer hours than those in rural settings.
Type of establishment: The type of establishment you find yourself working in can also have a significant effect on how much you earn. There are differences in salaries among those working in large hospitals, those running their own private practices, those working in academia, those working in industry and manufacturing and those working in private doctors offices.
Years of experience: The number of years of experience can also influence how much money you make. Generally speaking, the more experienced you are, the higher your salary.
Training and education: The level of education attained also has an effect on salary. Generally, the higher your level of education, the higher salary you get paid.
As you read through our site, we also have a resources page where we list other websites that we think will provide useful information related to what we cover. You should visit this page and check out the resources listed on there.