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 What is the starting wage of a neonatal nurse?

Answer On average, the starting salary for a neonatal nurse is about $49,000, according to Payscale.com. You can expect to make almost $61,000 after working about five years, almost $68,000 after working ... Read More »
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What is required to be a neonatal nurse?

Neonatal medicine is the field of health care that provides treatment to infants during the first 28 days of life, according to Pediatrics: The Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatric... Read More »
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What is a neonatal transport nurse?

Neonatal transports bring sick newborns to medical centers especially equipped to care for them. A team of medical personnel, including a neonatal transport nurse, travels to the hospital where the... Read More »
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What Are the Job Duties of a Neonatal Nurse?

The neonatal nurse delivers medical care to newborn infants. She may care for healthy babies or babies born prematurely who are in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The neonatal nurse also f... Read More »
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What is the yearly salary for a neonatal nurse?

The PayScale Report shows that neonatal nurses start out with an annual salary of $49,437 as of April 2010. At one to four years' experience, they make $53,132 and after five to nine years, they av... Read More »
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