Salary for registered nurses (RNs) is competitive; however, income is dependent on a number of factors, including location, specialization, years of experience and the level of degree attained.
Those seeking a career as a registered nurse need to receive either an Associate’s Degree in nursing, a Bachelor’s Degree in nursing or a vocational diploma from an accredited nursing program.
Due to a current shortage of qualified nurses, and the aging baby boomer population, registered nurses are in high demand.
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