Neonatal Nurses make a higher starting salary when compared to other nursing fields, and the salary generally rises with experience. A Neonatal Nurse's earnings vary depending on place of employment. The relatively high starting salary can be attributed to a nursing shortage in general and an even greater shortage of Neonatal Nurses.
The following income data comes from Payscale.com's 2009 survey:
Hospitals pay their Neonatal Nurses a median annual salary of $61,170.
Private Companies employ Neonatal Nurses who make $67,145 in median annual income.
Neonatal Nurses working for Nonprofit organizations earn a yearly salary of $70,055 at the median.
In private practices, Neonatal Nurses make $71,010 at the median.
How much does a pediatric nurse make? a pediatric nurse makes $19.51-$26.11 an hour
The make a lot
How much does a Registered Nurse make?
register nurse make about 4,000 a year
A nurse will make about $18.00 + an hour. That is the starting pay.
It depends on where the nurse works.
You should ask a nurse.
you would have to ask a real nurse and talk to he/she about it
About 18 dollars, depending on what kind of nurse you are.
They make about 100,000 a year.
do they make evenyday
They make 90-100,000 a year.
depends on what type of nurse and where they work, and also if they work well
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