What Is The Salary Of Pediatric Nurse?


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Monster.com has a salary calculator that you can use to find the average salary. They have information about many nursing jobs but the pay rates vary from city to city - you'll have to pick which city you want to work in.

Being a pediatric nurse would be a heart-breaking job - who wouldn't be heart-broken watching sick babies die. The upside is that you could help save lives. Regardless, best of luck to you.
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I think the average pay for a Pediatric Nurse is $25.69/hr or $52456 annually.The critical role Pediatric Nursing play in the community including what they do, tasks performed, work environment, qualifications to become, area of focus, training & certification, education requirements, job outlook, salary, related job titles and salary by state data.

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It depends on where you live. In Cali, the hourly rate is about 30 dollars. I haven't heard any nurse that makes less than 30. You can make anywhere from about 40,000 to 100,000 yearly.

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