How much do RN nurses get paid in Alabama?
nurses get paid about 40,000 in 2 weeks
As an Licensed Practical Nurse(LPN) you average between $14.00 and $30.00 dollars an hour depending on location and area you are working. Registered Nurses(RN) average between 14.00 to 100.00 dollars an hour also depending on location and area you are working. So on a yearly salary of $27,000 to $60,000 for an LPN and $55,000 and $140,000 for an RN.
The nurses are paid very highly, especially in the middle east as ladies from those countries are not allowed to work freely. ANSWER This question is too generic. There are some nurses who work for free, and a CRNA can make over 100,000 USD a year, practitioners probably make even more. WHERE is the nurse in question working? How much schooling does the nurse have? What is the nurses title? CNA? LPN? LVN? RN? BSN…
That is how all nurses start out. They get their high school diplomas. Then they can enroll in an LPN program if they are accepted, or they enroll in a RN program. Some colleges have prerequisites before they accept students into an RN program. Nurses with an RN make more money than nurses with an LPN.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wage for registered nurses as of May 2008 is, $65,130. This would amount to $31.31 per hour. Median annual wages of registered nurses were $62,450 in May 2008. The middle 50 percent earned between $51,640 and $76,570. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $43,410, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $92,240.
This will vary widely from region to region due to multiple factors including cost of living, availability of nurses, experience, specialty, and any labor union influences. In my region of the country an average annual salary for an RN would be around $58,000 per year. Our area has a cost of living wage index of 0.87 and has a heavy population of RN's competing for the same jobs.
I live in a suburb of Philadelphia but I'm sure pay rates change in accordance to your area. anyways, as an RN with an ASN, my weekly TAKE HOME pay was around $900 per 36hr work week. I got paid biweekly so my checks were usually in the $1700-1900 range. only deductions were regular taxes and my medical,vision, dental benefits.
Trained nurses are called Registered Nurses (RN). There are varying level of nurses but it is their role that is 'graded'. Nurses apply for positions and are promoted depending on their experience and additional studies they have undertaken. Carers can also undertake training currently NVQs at different levels.
There are no nurses in Minute Clinic. The question is misleading. When you say "nurses" this encompasses a range of nurses who differ in education somewhere between 1-4 years on average, having obtained either an LPN or RN or Bachelor's degree in nursing usually. The licensed providers who diagnose, treat and prescribe medications are either Practitioners, or "Nurse Practitioners" or Physician Assistants. They make between 100,000 to 105,000 a year.
yes there are nursing jobs that don't require a rn license but if you get one of does jobs you will get paid less because you don't have that much experiences. but if you have a rn nursing license you can get paid more. **That doesn't even make sense... If you want a NURSING job, you have to go to school and obtain either your RN or LPN license. You can be an aide usually…
Nurses, like other professional people, are usually salaried on a weekly or bi-weekly basis and not paid on an hourly rate. an exception might be visiting nurses,more often there are visiting homemakers who are essentially roving domestic workers who perform housework chores such as cleaning furniture, dusting, beds, etc, these are not strictly speaking (health care workers) and they are certainly not nurses, though some might be nursing students. I have used the services of…