In this year’s EMS salary survey, the future looks bright—with dark sunglasses.
Learn about EMS salaries through the eyes of a seasoned paramedic, his new paramedic partner and their supervisor.
Despite uncertainty, opportunities for survival are just ahead for EMS agencies.
How the EMS industry is meeting (or not meeting) its employees’ needs.
The annual JEMS 200-City Survey follows STEMI patient Mr. Hernandez, presenting agency performance data against his expectations and revealing the discrepancies.
The "JEMS Salary & Workplace Survey" continues to provide the most comprehensive look at the work environment of the EMS industry available today. What's changed? What's staying status quo?
February JEMS includes the annual "200-City Survey," which sets the benchmark for practices in your organization by offering a national look at prehospital care.
This year, JEMS adopted the best practice method of reporting survey data in percentiles, which allows a better appreciation of where your salary compares with that of the survey respondents and what the median salary is by call volume and region.
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