As of 2011, according to the Wall Street Journal, male nurses make on average a yearly salary of $60,700. That amount is about 16 percent more than what female nurses made in the same year. This figure depends on locatio... More »

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The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the average annual salary for registered nurses was $68,910 as of May 2013. At the low end, 10 percent of nurses made salaries at or below $45,630 per year. At the top end, 10... More »

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According to Health eCareers Network, an OB or obstetric nurse makes a median annual salary of $60,000 to $65,000. An obstetric nurse is a specialty nurse who assists the physician in the delivery of a baby. More »

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The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the average annual salary for registered nurses was $68,910 as of May 2013. At the low end, 10 percent of nurses made salaries at or below $45,630 per year. At the top end, 10... More »

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LPNs, or licensed practical nurses, make a median salary of $41,540 a year, which is about $19.97 an hour, according to May 2012 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The upper 10 percent make more than $57,360, and ... More »

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The average annual salary for a registered nurse as of 2013 was $68,910, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data. Among top employment settings, outpatient centers were the highest-paying, with an average annua... More »

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The average salary of a neonatal nurse in the United States is $54,000, according to a survey completed in 2012. Salary for neonatal nurses depends on advanced training, the part of the country in which they practice and... More »

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