A nurse typically works in a hospital, nursing home, doctor's office or adult foster care home. Nurses can also do private duty care, work for a home health care agency, a prison or governmental agency.
Asked in Romeo and Juliet
How long was Juliet waiting for the nurse to return with the news from Romeo?
She has to wait three hours. She sent the nurse at 9, and the nurse returned around 12. ...
Asked in Credit Reports, Money Management, Credit
Which of the 3 credit report scores do employers look at?
Your credit score is important, not only to employers but also to creditors. The three big credit reporting agencies are Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion, and almost everybody looks at these three scores. ...
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates
How much salary does a registered nurse earn?
The average wage for a registered nurse is $65,130 per annum, whilst the top three nursing specialties for pay are Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA), Nurse Practitioners (NP), and Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS). ...
Asked in Family, Probability
What according to your results is it possible to have a family of exactly three boys and three girls?
It is possible because it has happened. My father had two brothers and three sisters. ...
Asked in Labor Unions, Labor and Employment Law
What three problems faced by unions and employers during the collective bargaining process?
The three problems faced by unions and employers during the collective bargain process are disagreements, promotion of self interests and being pushed beyond the limit. The two parties usually meet on behalf of employees.Ê ...
Asked in Nursing
Which major do you need to be a nurse practitoner?
A nurse practitioner must have the minimum of the master's degree in nursing. This would take approximately two to three years post bachelor's degree. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability
How do you draw a table of three teams with three possible outcomes?
With considerable difficulty since there are a lot more than 3 possible outcomes. ...