Residency

Residency coordinator raises

Residency Program Insider, March 11, 2020

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Editor’s note: The following is an edited excerpt from Residency Program Alert’s (RPA) coverage of the 2019 Residency Coordinator Salary Survey, which can be accessed in the RPA archive here. Not an RPA member? Click here for more information about becoming an RPA subscriber. 

According to the 2019 HCPro Residency Coordinator Salary Survey, approximately 67% of respondents have received a pay increase within the past year (see Figure 1). This is slightly better than the 2017 survey in which 66% of respondents reported receiving a pay increase. However, the 2019 survey results are still down from the 2016 results in which more than 75% of respondents reported pay increases.

Of those respondents who did receive a compensation increase, the majority (35%) saw their earnings increase 2%–2.9% (see Figure 2). Eleven percent of those who reported a raise had an increase in their earnings of 6% or more.

The reason cited most often for pay increases this year was a performance-related review (47%), with the second most common reason being an annual/contractual raise (31%).



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