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Some information about this field:
- An MSN degree is an advanced degree that is typically a prerequisite for becoming a nurse educator or nurse manager.
- In 2012, Medical and Health Services Managers saw a median pay of $88,580. Through 2012, the number of jobs is expected to grow 23%, which is much faster than average.
- In 2012, Median pay for a Registered Nurse was $65,470 per year. Nearly three million were employed that year. Jobs are expected to grow at a rate of 19% through 2020, a faster than average rate.
- As of May, 2013, nearly 1.5 million were employed as Nursing Assistants, at a mean annual wage of $26,020.
About the editor:
Jamie Bond has been a registered nurse since 2002 and returned to the college scene in 2012 to become a Family Nurse Practitioner. She has a passion for all things nursing, especially the care of the at–risk population. Jamie has first hand experience navigating the complicated, multifaceted field of nursing. A married mother of two school-aged sons, Jamie enjoys spending her spare time cheering on her kids at their various activities.