Depends on where you live.
That's true, it also depends on the demand and it depends on the economy.
According to the U.S. Board of Labor Statistics, the mean annual salary for Nursing Assistants in the United States in 2008 was $24,380, which averages to about a $2031 per month. However, in certain states such as New Jersey or metropolitan areas like New York City, the Nursing Assistant salary can increase to as high as $36,000 per year, or $3000 per month. Still, the Nursing Assistant salary is low compared to that of a Licensed Practical Nurse, the next step up on the career ladder, who will make an average of $43,000 annually, or $3583 monthly. That's almost $20,000 more than the mean Nursing Assistant salary.
50/85 dollars but then again a nurse does not work a full week.
The average hourly wage of aregistered nurse is $32.56 per hour so they would make $66,560 per year
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The amount that a Registered Nurse does make in Florida make annually is about $75990 which is equal to making approximately $36.64 on a hourly basis.
There is a great range of money that a veterinary nurse could earn hourly. This depends on the veterinary business.
i believe radiologist make 40-150 dollars hourly!................. :)
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How much a pediatric nurse makes in one month will depend on the area of the world that she works in. Most nurses work on an hourly basis. Registered nurses are paid more than Licensed Practical Nurses.
The CEO is not paid hourly, they are salaried staff
i believe radiologist make hourly 40-80 dollars an hour
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Average Hourly Pay: $17.41Average Annual Salary: $36,210
How much does a pediatric nurse make? a pediatric nurse makes $19.51-$26.11 an hour
Usually a veterinary lab tester make 20 dollars hourly.
Nurse Assistants get paid around 12 to 14 dollars an hour. Many nurse assistants end up going back to school to get their nursing degrees.
It is about $32.56 because i have a paper on it and i used to be a registered nurse
They are almost always salary and not hourly but it's good, just hard to find positions.
The starting hourly wage is around 28 dollars an hour for registered nurses. They work in 12 hour shifts and can make overtime.
Average Hourly Pay: $66.94Average Annual Salary: $139,230
Registered nurses starting pay is around 50,000 dollars a year. As they gain experience, they can work in larger hospitals and make as much as 100,000 dollars a year.
they make 23.00 hourly and atleast 59,000