about 4,000 a month
A pretty good amount
Lpn's 100,000 Rn 150,000
Most definitely, nurse anesthetists make more money. For one thing, you must be an RN (registered nurse) to be one, and an RN makes more money than an LPN (or practical nurse), as they have to go to school longer. Becoming an anesthetist takes additional training on top of becoming an RN, but it is a much higher paying area of nursing to go into. It is also a very high stress field, though.
RN stands for Registered nurse
The salary of an RN nurse in TN will vary depending on experience and where you choose to work. In an ER RN's average anywhere from $75-$125 per hour.
On average the RN salary is about 17 to 22 dollars per hour. This can vary though depending on the different hospitals and skill level of the nurse. The more specialist the nurse the higher the pay.
If you are a RN it depends on where you live-likely around 35K to 50K per year.
How much does a Registered Nurse make?
An RN is a registered nurse. She may or may not have a college degree. A Graduate Nurse may be an RN with a college degree in nursing. LPN is a licensed practical nurse. She is a licensed nurse but not an RN.
RN Registered Nurse $72,000 a year http://www.indeed.com/salary?q1=Registered+Nurse&l1=&tm=1
If you're an RN on staff at a hospital in Illinois, you could be making between 60-70K
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.
The average RN salary in Kentucky is $57,000. This is on the low end of what nurses are making nationally.
RN - Registered NurseLPN - Licensed Practical Nurse
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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.
An RN makes more money than an LPN.
yes prutty much its the same :)
An RN is a registered nurse, if they are not registered and licensed they cannot practice.
i dont get the question there is no such thing as Rn nurse plus pediatrics
You will need to attend nursing school at college or university, graduate and get your degree. An RN was estimated to make $57000 by the government of Ontario.
In order of education, Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse, Nurse Manager, Nurse Practitioner. A nurse working in ICU is an RN. ICU Nurses have specialized education and skills, but a new RN can work in an ICU.