As of 2015, registered nurses practicing in California make the most on average of all nurses in the United States, earning about $94,000 per year. Hawaii was second on this list: the average salary of a registered nurse... More »

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The primary differences between a registered nurse and a licensed practical nurse are required education, assigned responsibilities and salary. Licensed practical nurses must complete a certificate or diploma program, us... More »

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Registered nurses who worked in educational services earned, on average, $60,720 per year, while licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses earned around $36,970 annually, as reported by the United States Bureau o... More »

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Doctors with the highest salaries include orthopaedic surgeons, who make an average of $464,500 each year, and invasive cardiologists, who make an average of $461,364, as of 2013. Non-invasive cardiologists are also high... More »

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American professional basketball players are the highest paid based on average salaries, with an average NBA player making $4.6 million in the 2014-2015 season. That can be attributed at least partially to the relatively... More »

Average salaries for candidates holding health sciences degrees depend largely on the degree held; for example, dentists make an average of $146,340 per year, while surgical technologists make around $42,720 per year, as... More »

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Registered nurses who worked in educational services earned, on average, $60,720 per year, while licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses earned around $36,970 annually, as reported by the United States Bureau o... More »

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