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Fig. 1 | BMC Health Services Research

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From: The effect of prior healthcare employment on the wages of registered nurses

Fig. 1

Expected annual wagea over experience as registered nurses (RNs)b [years] with various prior health-related employmentc. a The expected annual wage [2008 US dollars (USD)] was calculated for every 5 years based on the mean values of covariates as follows: Expected RN hourly wage × 40 h × 50 weeks, derived from 2008 National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses (NSSRN) data. b Registered nurses (RN)s who started their initial nursing education with a Bachelor’s degree only (unweighted N = 10,345; weighted N = 945,429). c Prior employment includes manager, licensed practical nurses/licensed vocational nurses (LPN/LVN), allied health, and nursing aide

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