The Starting Salary for a Pediatric Nurse?

Answer Children have special medical needs due to the physical differences between their bodies and the bodies of adults and their still-developing cognition and emotions. Consequently, it takes a special... Read More »

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What is the yearly salary of a pediatric nurse?

In general, pediatric nurses holding a bachelor's degree can expect to start at around $50,000 a year. Nurses with a master's degree who have passed exams to become a nurse practitioner can expect ... Read More »

Can a pediatric nurse make a six figure salary?

The median salary for a pediatric staff nurse in the United States is $59,498. As with all professions, continuing education and higher degrees contribute to higher earning. A pediatric nurse with ... Read More »

What is the Salary Range of a Pediatric Nurse?

The salary range for a registered nurse (RN) who specializes in pediatrics is about $50,000 to $70,000 annually. When an RN becomes a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP), the salary typically increa... Read More »

Do family or pediatric nurse practitioners have a higher salary?

Family nurse practitioners earn higher annual median salaries than pediatric nurse practitioners, as of July 2010, according to PayScale. The median salary range for family nurse practitioners was ... Read More »