Nurse Practitioner Salaries in North Dakota - ND By an allied health world contributing writer Published: December 11th, 2010

According to data cited by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nurse practitioner salaries in North Dakota average $50,000 a year.  Income depends on the type of medical setting in which practitioners work, e.g., in either doctors’ offices or in hospitals, and may also vary in accordance with how much responsibility they must assume as part of their day-to-day responsibilities. 

Cities including Fargo, Grand Forks, Minot and Bismark are well-known in the state for leading medical facilities in North Dakota and offer employment opportunities for nurse practitioners that generally pay higher salaries than those in less populated cities and regions.  Nevertheless, North Dakota has several rural communities that are in great need of skilled health care providers who can diagnose, treat and help to prevent ailments.  For this reason, nurse practitioners are desperately needed to offer the kind of care these locales might otherwise lack.  True, wages in these settings may be less than those in larger cities, but experts may also find they are able to operate their own facilities in these regions as they may ultimately act as the primary care provider to residents in these locales.  So, when determining where they would like to work in North Dakota, individuals should carefully consider the type of professional experience they desire.

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