If you are a RN it depends on where you live-likely around 35K to 50K per year.
If you're an RN on staff at a hospital in Illinois, you could be making between 60-70K
A registered nurse's (RN) salary is usually based on years in practice: for example a first year nurse may earn $45,000 while a nurse who has practiced for over 20 years will earn up to $60,000 a year. Also, the salary will be determined on wht part of the country the individual works. For example, in New York City, a RN may earn $66,000; a RN in Dallas, TX will earn $ 55,000.
RN Registered Nurse $72,000 a year http://www.indeed.com/salary?q1=Registered+Nurse&l1=&tm=1
The average RN salary in Kentucky is $57,000. This is on the low end of what nurses are making nationally.
You earn at least 45,000
According to the national average from salary.com, for a plain staff nurse RN, the median income is about $58,500.00 a year. It depends on where the job is, and what the specific job title the nurse might have.
Lpn's 100,000 Rn 150,000
A pretty good amount
about 38 dollars an hour It all depends on what type of nurse they are. CNA's earn 15 to 22 dollars an hour LVN's earn 24 to 35 dollars an hour RN's earn 40 to 50 dollars an hour This information is accurate. My mother is an RN and owns a nurse staffing agency called SMC Health Resources.
How much an RN nurse can make in Atlanta, Georgia would depend on their level of qualification. The average starting salary is around 64,750 US dollar while a more senior RN nurse could earn up to 83,690 US dollars.