Full-Time Healthcare Employees Saw Stable Wages in Second Quarter 2011

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A PayScale report shows wages for full-time employees in the healthcare and social assistance industry were relatively stable in the second quarter of 2011, according to a PayScale news release.

Over the past four years, the healthcare industry has consistently reported higher wages compared to the national average. In fact, while most industries saw a drop in market price for workers at the end of 2008 due to the failing economy, healthcare incomes remained the same.

Read the PayScale news release on healthcare compensation.

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