Nursing in Ohio

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Schools Offering Nursing Programs in Ohio


Each year, approximately 5.3% of Ohio graduates receive degrees in nursing. In other words, every year an estimated 18,320 nurses graduate from Ohio's 141 nursing schools.

Top Schools

Ohio State University-Main Campus, which was ranked 14th nationwide in 2010, is the top-ranked school in Ohio that has a nursing program. It is located in Columbus. 338 students graduated with a degree in nursing from Ohio State University-Main Campus in 2010. Tuition at Ohio State University-Main Campus was $9,420 per year.

The second-ranked school in Ohio that has a nursing program is Case Western Reserve University. Case Western Reserve University, which was ranked 22nd in the country in 2010, is located in Cleveland. 258 students graduated with degree in nursing from Case Western Reserve University in 2010. The tuition rate at Case Western Reserve University was $37,648 per year.

The third-ranked school in Ohio that has a nursing program is Ohio University-Main Campus. Ohio University-Main Campus, which was ranked 27th in the country in 2010, is located in Athens. In 2010, 156 students graduated from Ohio University-Main Campus nursing program. The tuition rate at Ohio University-Main Campus was $9,603 per year.

Cost

Tuition at Ohio's nursing schools ranges from $37,648 per year to $1,735 per year. But, the average tuition is $8,197 per year. The Ohio nursing schools with the highest tuition rates in 2010 were:

  1. Case Western Reserve University - located in Cleveland, students are charged $37,648 per year
  2. Ohio Northern University - located in Ada, students are charged $33,099 per year
  3. Xavier University - located in Cincinnati, students are charged $29,970 per year

The lowest tuition rates at Ohio nursing schools were charged at the following schools:

  1. Sinclair Community College - located in Dayton, students are charged $1,735 per year
  2. Cuyahoga Community College District - located in Cleveland, students are charged $2,537 per year
  3. Lorain County Community College - located in Elyria, students are charged $2,570 per year

A nursing degree from an Ohio school... what next?

nursing graduates in Ohio can go into a variety of professions such as licensed practical nurse, family nurse practitioner, critical care clinical nurse specialist, and patient care assistant. If you decide to work as a nurse in Ohio, you will be joining the ranks of approximately 250,270 Ohio nurse as of 2010. This number includes 122,300 registered nurses, 40,980 licensed practical nurses, and 870 family nurse practitioners. The largest populations of Ohio nurse are working in the following counties:

  1. Cuyahoga County - 54,550 nurses
  2. Dearborn County - 43,620 nurses
  3. Delaware County - 34,450 nurses

Projected Growth

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts by 2018, an estimated 291,790 nurses will be working in Ohio. This would require the number of nurse to grow by 13%.

Salary

On average, nurses earn $58,216 per year. But, salaries for nurse can vary. In 2010, nurse made as little as less than $15,940 per year or as much as more than $158,710 per year in Ohio. Nurses in the following Ohio counties make the highest salaries on average:

  1. Dearborn County - $60,378 per year
  2. Cuyahoga County - $59,512 per year
  3. Delaware County - $58,946 per year

The following counties in Ohio have the lowest average salaries for nurse:

  1. Jefferson County - $44,070 per year
  2. Coshocton County - $46,600 per year
  3. Mahoning County - $47,600 per year

On average, the highest paid nurses in Ohio were:

  1. Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist - $84,510 per year
  2. Family Nurse Practitioner - $81,580 per year
  3. Registered Nurse - $60,590 per year

On average, the lowest paid nurses in Ohio were:

  1. Licensed Practical Nurse - $40,300 per year
  2. Patient Care Assistant - $24,100 per year

More Information

Take a look at the graphs and charts below for additional Ohio statistics regarding a career in nursing and to compare salaries with a variety of related fields such as nurse assisting or LPN.

Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.

  • Associate's Degree in Nursing in Ohio
  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing in Ohio
  • Master's Degree in Nursing in Ohio
  • Doctoral Degree in Nursing in Ohio
  • Certificate in Nursing in Ohio

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Rank Profession Employment Number Avg Salary Job Growth (past 5 yrs)
1
Registered Nurses 122,300 $60,590 14.7%
2
Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants 73,820 $24,100 -2.3%
3
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 40,980 $40,300 10.3%
4
Medical and Health Services Managers 12,300 $84,510 23.2%
5
Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other 870 $81,580 -31.5%
 

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