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Alabama LPN Salary, Wage Earnings, & Hourly Pay Scale
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According to May 2013 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Alabama employs 14,720 licensed practical nurses. The average LPN salary in Alabama was $35,180 per year, or $16.91 per hour. This is below the average salary of $41,540, or $19.97 per hour, for this occupation. The cost of living in Alabama is 7.6 percent below the national average.
Alabama LPNs earn a range of salaries, depending on a variety of factors. Some of the factors that influence LPN salaries include location, employer, and experience level. In 2013, the BLS reported the ten percent of the LPNs in this state earned $25,960 or less, and 25 percent earned $31,040 or less. The median annual salary was $35,170. Of the LPNs in this state, 25 percent earned over $39,550 in 2013, and ten percent earned over $45,380.
The highest paying area in Alabama for this occupation was Montgomery. The average salary in this area was $38,180 in 2013. This equates to $18.35 per hour. Those in the tenth percentile earned $29,080 or less, and those in the 90th percentile earned $47,450 or more. The median annual salary in this area was $37,890. Despite having the highest average salary in Alabama, these figures are still below the national average. Some of this difference is made up for by the cost of living, which is 4 percent below the national average. The median home price in Montgomery, according to Forbes, is $127,300. At the time when this data was collected, Mobile had the lowest average salary in Alabama at $30,790 per year. This equates to $14.80 per hour. LPNs in this area earned salaries ranging from below $18,290 to above $41,460. The cost of living in Mobile is only marginally lower than that of Montgomery. This area has an unemployment rate of 7.9 percent with negative job growth.
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