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The Top 10 Nursing Jobs of 2014

The Top 10 Nursing Jobs of 2014 The highest and lowest paying nursing specializations The 10 highest The 10 lowest Community Health Nurse Neonatal Nurse $74,000 $$51,000 10th Nursing Diploma or ADN. Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Care for women, infants and their families from the Work in public or community 2 health clinics. beginning of pre gnancy through the first month of life. Gerontological Nurse Practitioner Telephone Triage Nurse $75,000 $$51,000 Diploma, ADN or BSN Master of Science in Nursing (MSN). Speak to patients via 2 telephone, helping them determine the urgency of their medical situation, and helping them respond appropriately. Work closely with aging patients to help them maintain quality of life. Clinical Nurse Specialist Toxicology Nurse 2$ $76,000 $$50,000 8th MSN or Doctor of Nursing Practice. BSN, and have to pass National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX-RN). Care for patients who been exposed to toxins or poisons. Diagnose and treat diseases, injuries and/or disabilities within his/her field of expertise. School Nurse Orthopedic Nurse $81,000 $49,900 Bachelor prepared RN. ADN or BSN. Must complete 1,000 hours work in orthope dics and pass a written exam th Address the physical, mental, emotional and social health needs of students and supports Work in outpatient rehabilitation centers, |hospitals, orthope dists offices and home health agencies. their achievement in the learning process, including case management, health promotion, and linking students, staff and families to resources needed for optimal health Pediatric Endocrinology Nurse Cardiac Care Nurse $81,000 $$45,000 6th BSN. ADN or BSN. Must pass NCLEX-RN. Work with patients suffering from heart disease. Work closely with pediatricians to develop tre atment plans and care for children with endocrine diseases. Certified Nurse Midwife Cardiac Care Nurse $84,000 $44,000 5th Diploma or ADN ADN, BSN or Midwifery Degree. Provides counseling and care during pre-conception, pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period. Help families and individuals them stay independent and healthy within a patient's home for as long as possible. Nurse Practitioner Sub-A cute Nurse $91,000 $ $40,000 4th ADN or BSN, plus a specialized health science degree and certi fication. BSN or ADN and NCLEX-RN Provide care to patients 2 throughout their lifespan, from birth to old age. Care for patients who are 2 suffering from health problems that are between acute and chronic. Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Sports Me dicine $95,000 $ $37,000* 3rd MSN Diploma or ADN. Views patients from a holistic 2 perspective; taking into account both mental and Conduct pre-performance evaluations, injury assessments; treat injuries, address substance abuse physical needs and sport psychology issues Certified Nursing A ssistant Nurse Researcher $95,000 $ $23,900 ADN, BSN or PhD, and 2 years nursing research experience. 2nd Certification based on experience and academic achievement. No nursing degree required. Reviews clinical records for clinical intervention, patient responses, and medications Provides bedside care, and answers to a RN or LPN. Certified Registe red Nurse A nesthetist Camp Nurse $3000 24 to $4000 for the summer 2$ $135,000 1st RN Diploma, ASN or BSN. MSN, and a national certification exam. Provides anesthesia and anesthesia-related care to Works either for a day camp or a residential camp, providing care for campers and staff. patients before, during, and after surgery. Average $Wage Education Job ! Functions *range varies significantly, this is the average starting salary. Required The average wage of a Registered Nurse WA MT ND MN VT ME OR ID SD WI NY MA WY MI RI CT IA PA NV NE ОН NJ UT IL IN DE CO KS MO KY VA MD CA TN NC AZ OK AR MS NM SC AL GA TM LA FL AK HI $40,000 - $49,999 $50,000 - $59,999 $60,000 - $69,999 $70,000 - $79,999 $80,000 - $89,999 $90,000 - $99,999 Sources: hm NASN 2013 National School Nurse Survey ino-fiters

The Top 10 Nursing Jobs of 2014

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This infographic touches on the highest and lowest paid nursing specializations. It also shows the average wage of a Registered Nurse on a state by state basis. Learn about potential salary in the nur...


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