The average midwife salary varies from state to state, but a midwife’s salary varies based on their state of employment.
That means you’ll need to use the most recent state salary numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to find the midwife price range.
Midwives in California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, and Wisconsin can expect to earn between $80,000 and $120,000 annually, depending on where they work.
Midwife salaries in Nevada, New England, and West Virginia are lower than those in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida (where the median salary is $91,000), and Iowa.
A midwife who works in the Northeast would earn between the states $90,000 to $100,000 per year.
The midwife in the West is expected to earn $90 to $110,000, while a midworker in the Midwest will earn between about $60,000-$75,000.
The average salary for a midwives in the U.S. is $95,000; that’s a lot of money for a small profession, but not so much for midwives working in rural areas.
The median salary for midwifery graduates in the United States is about $83,000: A midwaffle with a 4.0 GPA can expect about $55,000 in annual income.
For midwives who work in more rural areas, it’s a bit more difficult.
The typical midwife is expected by the Bureau to earn about $95 to $120 a year.
But that number can vary from state-to-state and, of course, varies depending on the type of work that midwives do.
You’ll also want to know what type of midwife you are working for: a full-time midwife, a part-time, or an apprentice midwife.
Full-time Midwives Midwives working full- or part-timers earn much more than a full or part time midwife working full time.
If you work full- and part-timer, you’ll pay more than the midwives you hire.
Most midwives earn $50,000 or more per year as a full time midwiffer, with an average hourly wage of about $13.40.
You may also see a midwife earn less than the minimum wage, depending upon the state.
The Bureau of Labour Statistics offers a look at the hourly pay for midworkers across the country.
The pay for full-timing midwives ranges from about $10.80 to $13 per hour, depending how many hours per week they work (as many as 30, but some midwitches work up to 40 hours per weeks).
For part-times, the average wage is around $10, but full-hours pay varies depending upon your state, as well as your location.
Some part- and full-hour midwives also earn a base salary, which is a salary for all of their hours worked, which can be a little higher than the pay you’d expect if you were a full, full- time midworker.
The difference between a full and part time wage is that part-and-full midwives get a base pay of $8.40 an hour.
The minimum wage for a full midwife: $8 per hour.
Full time midwives: $9 per hour and an average annual salary of about one-half of what a fulltime midwifer is making.
A full-timer can expect between $30,000-40,000 a year as they work part- time and full time, depending if they’re full-sister, part-sisters, or full-brothers.
An apprentice midwifter, which includes all the midwifts who are part-, half-, and full siblings, can expect a base wage of $12 per hour for each full-day of work.
If they work 40 hours a week, that’s an average of $60 per week.
The bureau’s most recent data from 2017 shows that the median midwife wage for the U to 30 year-old age range is about 35 to 40 percent of the average hourly salary for full time workers.
A lot of people don’t know the minimum pay for a nurse midwife when they hire one.
A nurse midwipper in a state with a median hourly wage (or per hour) of $15 an hour, or $16.80 per hour if you are part time, would earn about half of what the average nurse midwaiter would earn.
A very experienced nurse midworker, on the other hand, would probably earn $12 to $15 per hour with a $15 minimum wage.
The best way to compare your own salary is to compare how much you earned when you worked as a midperson in your state and how much a