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    It Pays to be a PA

    PA salaries are currently growing at a higher rate than the national average. Use the new 2016 AAPA Salary Report to negotiate your employment contract.get report
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    New! PA Professional's September edition is now available.

    This month’s issue features articles on how to get the most value out of the 2016 AAPA Salary Report; a Q&A on the Salary Report methodology and more.READ MORE
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    New edition of JAAPA available

    The September edition of JAAPA is now available.Read more

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PAs in the News

AAPA Exclusive Salary Data Shows Continued Growth in Size of and Demand for the PA Profession

Sept. 26, 2016 – According to new data from the American Academy of PAs, PA compensation continues to increase faster than both national inflation and most other professions, and has consistently done so for more than 15 years. More

NCCPA Revises Potential Changes to the PA Recertification Exam

Sept. 19, 2016 – NCCPA advised AAPA, PAEA and ARC-PA at our meeting in Atlanta on Sept. 6 that it is considering an alternative to its previous proposal for recertification testing. NCCPA did not ask the organizations present to endorse its proposal, nor did we offer to do so.More