Chattanooga Ranks 2nd As ValuePenguin's Best Cities For Nurse Practitioners To Work Report

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Chattanooga ranked second in ValuePenguin's report on the Best Cities for Nurse Practitioners to work.

According to the report, "Ranked #2 on our list is Chattanooga, TN, with a population of 168,000 in population, and birthplace of athletic Hall of Fame recipients Reggie White and Willie Mays. Longview scored well on our three main criteria, with a median salary 12% above the average median salary for nurse practitioners, a below-average cost of living index, and a relatively higher representation of pharmacists. With its close proximity to the beautiful Lookout Mountain and its Ruby Falls and Rock City Gardens, Chattanooga has many natural attractions to offer the outdoorsy nurse practitioners. History buffs will also find much to learn from Chattanooga's Civil War and Native American sites."

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