Medical directors, RNs see wage dips
Nine out of 24 healthcare positions included in the Business & Legal Reports, Inc. (BLR), 2005 Healthcare Survey experienced wage declines, with medical directors showing a 14.8% salary drop for the second year in a row and RNs' pay stalling, with a decrease of just 0.02%. "We just aren't seeing many increases and there are a lot of contributing factors to pay shifts," explains BLR surveys editor Pat Grzybowski
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