Can LPNs work as a CNA?

Answer CNAs (certified nursing assistants) must complete a 75-hour training program and pass a state-administered examination. LPNs (licensed practical nurses) can become CNAs if they complete an approved... Read More »

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Where can LPNs work?

The health industry for a licensed practical nurse has a good job outlook over the next few years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. A large portion of the job opportunities for an LPN a... Read More »

Can Florida LPNs work in California?

A licensed practical nurse (LPN) from Florida who wants to work in California must meet certain requirements to receive a "licensure by endorsement." Candidates must hold a valid nursing license an... Read More »

How much do LPNs get paid?

The typical LPN earned a salary of $39,030 in 2008, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, average wages vary from city to city and by employer type. Those who work in employmen... Read More »

Do most LPNs go back to RN school?

According to the Health Resources and Services Administration, from 1984 to 2001 most of the LPNs surveyed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicated they intended to return to school to pursue RN... Read More »