Florida offers numerous opportunities for RNs. Here is what you need to know about a starting nursing salary for RNs in Florida.
Registered Nurses in the state of Delaware earn an average salary of $74,330 per year (or $35.74 per hour) as of May 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 80% of Delaware RNs earn between $54,260 and $100,150. On average, RNs in Delaware earn about 8% less than the national average salary for nurses, at $80,010 […]
Registered Nurses in the state of Arizona earn an average salary of $80,380 per year (or $38.64 per hour) as of May 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 80% of Arizona RNs earn between $57,530 and $104,290. On average, RNs in Arizona earn about 1% more than the national average salary for nurses, at $80,010 […]
How do you become a NICU nurse? What is the average NICU nurse salary? And what are states that pay NICU nurses more?
Registered Nurses in the state of Colorado earn an average salary of $77,860 per year (or $37.43 per hour) as of May 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 80% of Colorado RNs earn between $55,820 and $104,070. On average, RNs in Colorado earn just under the national average salary for nurses, at […]
Average Registered Nurse salaries vary significantly from city-to-city. San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area, with RN salaries averaging $149,200, is the highest-paying city for nurses as of May 2020 (according to the BLS). In the United States overall, the average registered nurse salary is $80,010 and the median (50th percentile) is $75,330. Over $100,000 lower than the Bay Area’s […]
The nursing field is one of the broadest, with numerous degrees, licenses, certifications, and specialties to work toward. Nurses can treat patients ranging from infancy through old age who may be afflicted with hundreds of different health conditions. More experienced nurses can even take on administrative or educational roles. With such diversity in the nursing […]
Average registered nurse salaries vary significantly from state-to-state. In the United States overall, the average registered nurse salary is $80,010 and the median (50th percentile) is $75,330. California, with RN salaries averaging $120,560, is the highest-paying state for nurses as of May 2020 (according to the BLS). $60,330 lower than California’s average is Alabama, at […]
Nurses require significant training and education to enter the field. One of the more critical roles within nursing is the nurse educator. This position differs from traditional nursing in that you don’t have patients. Instead, the nurse educator works with students. In this guide, we will cover the following: What Is a Nurse Educator? What […]
One of the greatest perks of nursing is the ability to advance within the field. The best way to climb the ladder as a nurse involves obtaining an advanced degree. According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 56% of registered nurses (RNs) have a BSN or higher degree. If you’re looking for greater autonomy […]
The Civil War altered the professional role of nursing. As outbreaks of injuries, wounds, and deaths occurred during the war, an impressive 20,000 men and women stepped up to serve as nurses in the United States. And it wasn’t long after the war was over that nurse training and licensing programs gained popularity. Nursing school […]
When people think of nurses, they often imagine ICU or emergency room nurses like the ones seen on TV on shows like Nurses or ER. However, there are several different types of nurses within the field. One of the lesser-known roles is the telemetry nurse. In this article, we will dive into an overview of telemetry nursing. We will […]
Rhode Island has an increasing demand for nurses. This expanding demand stems mainly from the COVID-19 pandemic. In December 2020, the state earned the lamentable distinction of being the nation’s leader in COVID cases and deaths per 100,000 people. This means the state has a crucial need for hiring new nurses and ensuring current nurses keep their […]
What Are New Hampshire’s Nurse CEU Requirements? After graduating from nursing school, nurses must go through the licensing and renewal process every few years. Only those nurses meeting specific continuing education unit (CEU) requirements can renew a license. Nursing CEU requirements to renew licensure vary from one state to the next. Here’s a look at […]
Nurses have carried a heavy burden since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S. in March 2020. A year later, we wanted to understand the full scope of the pandemic’s impact on American nurses: what that burden has felt like, the impact of the pandemic on nurses’ physical and mental well-being, and what kind of career […]