How long does it take to become a travel nurse?

Answer Becoming a travel nurse requires you to obtain an RN degree. Eighteen months of experience is needed for most companies after the completion of schooling. RN courses generally take either 2, 3 or 4... Read More »

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Does a pediatric nurse have to travel?

How much does an LPN get paid as a travel nurse?

The U.S. Bureau Labor of Statistics reports that licensed practical nurses (LPNs) make anywhere between $33,360 to $46,710 (as of July 2010); pay, however, varies in each state. The top industries ... Read More »

Should a school nurse be a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse?

Every state requires that school nurses hold a registered nursing (RN) license. Depending on the state, additional certification may be required. The National Board for Certification of School Nurs... Read More »

How long does it take to be an LVN nurse?

It takes about one year to become a licensed vocational nurse (LVN). You must complete a formal training program, then take and pass the NCLEX-LPN exam to become licensed to practice.References:Bur... Read More »