The national study covers executive staff, nursing, therapy, aides, dietary, activities, social services, maintenance and administrative staff in skilled nursing and long-term care facilities. Data is reported by bed-size, revenue size, profit type, region, state, and CBSA. The results include salary increases, turnover rates, shift differentials, benefits granted, and more.
This year marks the 45th annual year of publication. 1,283 nursing homes participated in the study and provided compensation data on 119,100+ employees, covering 46 management and 54 non-management positions. 48.64% of study participants were not-for-profit facilities, while 51.36% were for-profit facilities. The results are reported according to revenue size, profit type, region, state, and CBSA. The Report includes 19 fringe benefits, shift differentials, and projected salary increases by department for 2022 to 2023. Data in the study are effective as of March 2022.
Published: July 2022