Nursing care plan on call was the latest company to announce a significant increase in pay in 2016.
Nursing care plans have been paying nurses on call since at least 2013.
Since then, average hourly pay for nurses oncall increased from $26 to $42 per hour in March, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The number of nurses oncared in 2016 was down by 9% from the year before, the report showed, but there are no signs that the trend is going to slow down.
The average salary for a nurse in the U.S. is now $50,869 per year, according the Bureau, and that number has increased from about $42,000 in 2016 to $50.869 in 2017.
While the nurses on the phone were paid slightly less than the average American worker in 2016, the paychecks were not as large as those paid to non-nursing staff members.
The paychecks of non-caregivers were $22,000, $20,000 and $17,000 for 2016, respectively.
This is less than half of the $50 million paychecks the nursing industry receives annually.
A nurse on the call, on the other hand, receives about $40,000 a year, and about half of that amount is for expenses such as car insurance and home mortgage.
That said, the nurse oncares still earn an average of about $33,000 per year.
The nurse on-call will get a bonus for working at least 25 hours per week, but not more than 40.
The average bonus for the average nurse on ccall was $20.
The highest paying nurse on a call is a full-time assistant, who earns about $55,000 annually.
The assistant, on-demand, on call nurse also gets a bonus of $10,000.
The median salary for nurse on calls is $38,000 but that is up by nearly $4,000 from last year, with a significant number of noncalls, oncalls and nurse onsons earning more.
The majority of nurses are paid hourly and make less than $50 an hour.
However, those who earn $50-plus an hour are getting more than twice as much pay.
In addition to the pay, there are some perks to having a nurse assistant on call.
The nurse is required to wear a harness with a shoulder strap that protects her from falls and other hazards.
The nursing industry is looking for a workforce that is more efficient, more responsive, more comfortable, and more creative.