Comparing a nurses' salary - page 13
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports employment among Registered Nurses will grow faster than the average for all occupations through 2018. They also report that large metropolitan cities such as New York, Philadelphia, Los... Read More
- 0Jan 5, '13 by needshaldolPay will always be dependent upon whether one has a union, what state one lives in, and years of service. It is the nature of the job. Of course I am speaking of mostly hospital/clinic/type jobs. I think all schools should have BSN only, just so that eventually all RN's are educated (even tho it means nothing in the hospital setting unless one wants to be in management) at a higher degree for the public to know.
I believe eventually most or all acute care hospitals will require BSN. I do not have it and am not interested as I am with a few years if that left to work and there is no way I want or need to have more stress/work/etc. I work 4 8hr shifts/week and my pay 2012 was $105,000. And this amount was with having days off without pay.
- 0Jan 18, '13 by FelizaQuote from brianI make >$100,000 working part time as a nurse practitioner. Love my job. The money is secondary bonus.The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports employment among Registered Nurses will grow faster than the average for all occupations through 2018. They also report that large metropolitan cities such as New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Houston, Phoenix, etc will be hiring the most nursing jobs.According to PayScale, new Registered Nurses (RNs) earn between $30,233 - $63,540 per year (2012). That's not bad compared to other professions. How do you feel about your salary compared to other professions? Click Like if you enjoyed it. Please share this with friends and post your comments below! Want more nursing cartoons?