Wages for LVN/LPN's are different according to which state you are living in. I have heard of LPN's working for $9.00 an hour in some states. Nursing homes seem to pay good. I was making $16 an hour. It all depends on the facility and the state you are working in. Good luck. :hatparty:
Mar 12, '04
:chuckle I forgot to mention about classes. I went to a vocational school of nursing many years ago. No. My classes were not transferable.
Mar 12, '04
Quote from JACLYND86
ok im a CNA right now and i want to join the LVN program any advice? also about how much to LVN's make? and are credits from an vocational school usually transformable? thanks and advice please
The wages depend on where you live. WE NEED PEOPLE LIKE YOU who have enough experience to want to work in the field. Take some classes at your local college, even just one every semester. Nothing is "transformable" but some may be transferable. You will have to start with basic writing, basic math and basic biology. Based on your post, you need to learn how to write a complete sentence with proper grammer and punctuation, but don't be discouraged. Community college has programs to teach you. YOU CAN DO IT. Eventually, you will have enough to apply for an LVN program!