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How much does a rn and a lvn get paid?


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2008-08-16 16:03:22
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How much do LVN's expect tp get paid? In TX, in MO, in CO...


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an lvn gets paid 77,ooo-87,ooo a year.

In some US states the LVNs are called LPNs, Licensed Practical Nurses, but the name for RNs is universal, it stands for Registered Nurses. The salary of an LVN/LPN and an RN depends on the geographical location and the experience of the nurse. Below are some examples. You can make $20-35 being an RN, but that also depends on the type of employer and specialty area of the RN. New grad LVN = $17/hr New RN = $25/hr === === LVN = $19/hr| RN $27-$30/hr LVN = $16-17/hr New grad RN = $25/hr LVN = $17-18/hr RN = $25 - $35/hr

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RN training takes one to two years longer than LVN training an goes more in depth into nursing skills. LVN's learn basic nursing skills like taking vitals and handling patients. RNs have greater responsibility and more involvement with complex medical procedures. RN training prepares them for this. LVN training is more introductory than RN training. RN training builds on the skills you learn as LVN.

i year for lvn and 2 years 4 rn if u go 4 bach then u get into some school time

No, not at all. You can go to college and become an RN just as any other RN does.

If you are an LVN you must attend 2 years of nursing school. There you obtain your Associate's Degree. Another way is the RN Diploma. It took about 18 month to achieve.

nurses get paid about 40,000 in 2 weeks

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Nurses in atlanta normally gets paid 39.85 a Hour

500 dollars an hour. Move to Savannah!!

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No. Licensed Vocational Nurses and Registered Nurses are individually licensed by state. There is no "in-between."

About 25/hr in Texas depending on experience and if you accept insurance or not.

It would be the same amount as a RN because you must get your RN degree before you can specialize in neonatal which is the nursery. It would be the same

RNs are sort of higher in the nursing food chain, if you will. LVNs just give the patients the pills, give IVs, things like that. The LVNs are supervised by the RN as well.

$15-38 Depending on if you're working in a skilled care, hospital, float pool, per diem, or specialty.

An obstetrician is a doctor so they get paid more.

The average salary for a CNA is $24,000 per year. The average salary for a LPN/LVN is about $36,000 per year and the average salary for an RN is $67,930 per year.

$35.12 hourly 75,000 yearly the cost of living is also one of the highest in the nation.

Depending where you work starting salary for a new RN starts at $21.50-$33.00 an hour

most of the hospitals in the U.S. have programs where if you work for a hospital as some sort of tech or secartary while you are in nursing school, the hospital will pay for your school, you might have to work for that hospital a little while after you get your RN or LVN though

Check with your state's nursing board. In most states, an LPN/LVN with appropriate training can insert an NG tube.

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