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2014-12-07 03:59:08

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The biennial National Salary Survey of Nurse Practitioners,

tabulated and published by ADVANCE for Nurse Practitioners,

determines salary averages for NP's in all regions and practice

specialties. The most recent survey found that the average national

salary for NPs is $63,172.

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If you specialize in an area of ursing you will make approx.

$70,000 annually. If you are just a registered nurse it varies from

about $30,000 - $50,000

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Ask someone at the reference desk of your local public library

for the Occupational Outlook Handbook. It lists all kinds of

information you would need to know,(including the salary) of just

about any occupation you can think of.

Salarylist shows the average is about $32K

I don't know but I am sure it is alot. I know that nurse

practioners make between like 30,000 and 80,000 a year, though. My

sister is a nurse and she makes 23 dollars a hour.

go to la county department of mental health and look up jobs.

thereyou will find the salary of a nurse to range from starting at

60,000+ to 108,000$. nurse practitioner can make up to 10,671.00$

monthly and hourly rate for nurse practitioners are bet 65-80$.

this info is months old as of oct of 2009


in most major cities Nurse Practitioners make somewhere between

$75,000-90,000 a year. It shouldn't differ to much in different

areas. However you'll make the most working in a Hospital then a

private practice. Starting salaries should start somewhere close to

$70,000 a year. Great field with many opportunities to advance even

further.

The median salary for a nurse practitioner is $91,677.00.

Education, experience and geographic location will affect the

actual salary.

Salaries vary widely by location, practice environment, experience,

and specialty.

A nurse practitioner education program is a graduate school level

program and is the equivalent of a masters degree.

In total 6 years (at least) of education to be a nurse

practitioner.

In Canada you must have a university degree in nursing in order

to get into a nurse practitioner program as well as a number of

years experience as a nurse.

Once a nurse practitioner program is completed you must write an

entrance exam to obtain your license. A regular nursing license

does not include the competencies for a nurse practitioner so

another exam must be written to test the higher level competencies

and skills required of a nurse practitioner.

As of 2015, Ceritification and/or Board Ceritication will be

required.

Depends upon the state, but most Nurse practitioners receive a

salary of $65-$75,000 a year, with the potential for bonuses.

The biennial National Salary Survey of Nurse Practitioners,

tabulated and published by ADVANCE for Nurse Practitioners,

determines salary averages for NP's in all regions and practice

specialties. The most recent survey found that the average national

salary for NPs is $63,172. If you specialize in an area of ursing

you will make approx. $70,000 annually. If you are just a

registered nurse it varies from about $30,000 - $50,000

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean

annual wage for nurse practitioners as of May 2008 is, $78,540.

This would amount to $37.76 an hour.

The typical salary for a nurse practitioner is between

$80,000-$120,000 based upon experience.

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