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Healthcare Occupations Data. Brad Eldredge Ph.D. Research and Analysis Bureau Montana Dept. of Labor and Industry. Nursing Wages: 1999-2005. USA Wages up 27.9% MT Wages up 32.3%. Nursing Aides Wages: 1999-2005. USA Wages up 24.3% MT Wages up 18.8%. LPN Wages: 1999-2005.

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healthcare occupations data

Healthcare Occupations Data

Brad Eldredge Ph.D.

Research and Analysis Bureau

Montana Dept. of Labor and Industry

nursing wages 1999 2005
Nursing Wages: 1999-2005

USA Wages up 27.9%

MT Wages up 32.3%

nursing aides wages 1999 2005
Nursing Aides Wages: 1999-2005

USA Wages up 24.3%

MT Wages up 18.8%

lpn wages 1999 2005
LPN Wages: 1999-2005

USA Wages up 24.8%

MT Wages up 28.5%

home health aide wages 1999 2005
Home Health Aide Wages: 1999-2005

USA Wages up 15.1%

MT Wages up 3.2%

pharmacist wages 1999 2005
Pharmacist Wages: 1999-2005

USA Wages up 40.6%

MT Wages up 38.3%

pharmacy technician wages 1999 2005
Pharmacy Technician Wages: 1999-2005

USA Wages up 26.4%

MT Wages up 34.0%

dental assistant wages 1999 2005
Dental Assistant Wages: 1999-2005

USA Wages up 24.2%

MT Wages up 10.1%

medical assistant wages 1999 2005
Medical Assistant Wages: 1999-2005

USA Wages up 15.5%

MT Wages up 6.4%

physical therapist wages 1999 2005
Physical Therapist Wages: 1999-2005

USA Wages up 12.0%

MT Wages up 12.3%

medical and clinical laboratory technologists wages 1999 2005
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists Wages: 1999-2005

USA Wages up 23.6%

MT Wages up 21.1%

family and general practitioner wages 1999 2005
Family and General Practitioner Wages: 1999-2005

USA Wages up 34.9%

MT Wages up 12.3%

respiratory therapists 1999 2005
Respiratory Therapists : 1999-2005

USA Wages up 25.5%

MT Wages up 47.2%

surgical technologists 1999 2005
Surgical Technologists : 1999-2005

USA Wages up 30.3%

MT Wages up 44.8%

occupational therapists 1999 2005
Occupational Therapists : 1999-2005

USA Wages up 13.9%

MT Wages up 9.2%

diagnostic medical sonographers 1999 2005
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers : 1999-2005

USA Wages up 26.7%

MT Wages up 32.5%

physical therapy assistants 1999 2005
Physical Therapy Assistants : 1999-2005

USA Wages up 17.2%

MT Wages up 25.2%

summary of wage data
Summary of Wage Data
  • 11 of the 19 occupations experience wage growth above the MT average (1999-2005)
  • 10 of the 19 occupations had faster wage growth in MT than in the US (1999-2005)
  • Only 2 of the 19 occupations had higher wages in MT than the US

- Pharmacy Techs.

- Surgical Techs.

location quotients
Location Quotients
  • Compare number of people per healthcare worker in a smaller area to number in a larger area
  • A ratio of ratios
  • Allows us to see if we are over or under supplied in a given occupation when compared to the nation
location quotient example
Location Quotient Example
  • In Montana there were 935,670 people in 2005 and 7,490 Nurses, or 124.9 people per nurse
  • In the US, there were 296,410,404 people and 2,368,070 Nurses, or 125.2 people per nurse
  • The LQ for nurses is 125.2/124.9, or just over 1.00
location quotient interpretation
Location Quotient Interpretation
  • LQs near 1 indicate about the same ratio as the US
  • LQs over 1 indicate more workers per population in MT than the US
  • LQs under 1 indicate fewer workers per population in MT than the US
ratio of population to nurses
Ratio of Population to Nurses

159

Not Available

105

130

105

Not Available

148

183

119

122

139

96

142

rn wages by district
RN Wages by District

$45,505

Not Available

$46,876

$43,970

Not Available

$49,485

$46,079

$44,229

$49,067

$48,234

$52,490

$48,335

ratio of population to nursing aides
Ratio of Population to Nursing Aides

184

122

88

229

Not Available

76

212

Not Available

135

152

247

184

nursing aides wages by district
Nursing Aides Wages by District

$19,155

$16,392

$17,187

$19,318

Not Available

$20,721

$19,097

$18,528

$18,049

$19,314

$19,992

$20,314