How Much Do Nursing Agencies Make From Nurses?

Answer According to national statistics, a standard nursing agency charges between $60 and $80 per hour for the employees it contracts out for services. The nurse, however, is said to be paid only 50 per... Read More »

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How much do LVN nurses make?

The PayScale Report states that as of May 2010, licensed vocational nurses (LPN) start with a yearly salary of $25,268 to $41,674. At one to four years of experience, they earn $31,167 to $46,335, ... Read More »

How much do LPN nurses make?

A licensed practical nurse (LPN) with one to four years of experience averages $28,642 to $40,327 annually, according to, as of April 2010. LPNs with five to nine years in the professi... Read More »

How much do travel nurses make?

In 2009 the average salary for a travel registered nurse (RN) was $40 per hour. A travel licensed practical nurse (LPN) made around $28 per hour. Many hospitals offer sign on bonuses that are as ... Read More »

How much do neonatal nurses make?

In November 2009, neonatal nurses earned median annual salaries that started at $49,514 for those with less than a year of experience and rose to $71,398 for nurses with 20 years or more under thei... Read More »