Will nurses always make a lot of money?

Answer On One Hand: Nurses Are Well PaidIn 2008, the latest year for which statistics are available, nurses made an average of $62,450 a year, which is above the national average. Given the rapidly aging ... Read More »

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How much money do dialysis nurses make?

According to, the average salary for staff nurses working in dialysis units across the U.S. in April 2009 was $64,614 a year. However, individual salaries varied a good deal depending on... Read More »

How much money do nurses make a year?

According to, as of April 2010 nurses earn an average annual salary of $74,000. Salaries vary depending on whether nurses have associates degrees, bachelor's degrees or master's degrees.... Read More »

How much money do neonatal nurses make right after college?

According to Pay, American neonatal nurses with less than a year of experience reported a median salary of $49,514 a year in November 2009. They also earned an average of $1,006 in bonus ... Read More »

How much money do registered nurses make a month?

In May 2009, registered nurses averaged wages of approximately $5,550 per month, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Their average salary for an entire year of work was $66,530 at tha... Read More »