How much is a male LPN's salary?

Answer As of 2006, licensed practical nurses (LPN) make, on average, $36,550 every year. The top 10 percent earn more than $50,480 while the bottom 10 percent earn less than $26,380. Since salary discrimi... Read More »

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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 »

How much do LPNs make per hour?

The hourly wage for an LPN (licensed practical nurse) varies with the part of the country and the demand for nurses in the area. Across the board, the average hourly wage is $19.28, according to 20... Read More »

What is the average salary of a male soccer player?

In 2007, the average guaranteed salary in Major League Soccer was $115,432. This is in the United States where professional soccer players are paid much less than in the rest of the world. In the e... Read More »

Can LPNs work as a CNA?

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 »