By now, you probably know the answer to the question: How can I get into nursing care?
It’s simple: You need to be looking.
Nursing care, which is what you see in nursing homes and nursing schools, is the last major occupation that many people do.
If you’re not already, that’s a good thing.
The American Nursing Association reports that there are currently 6.2 million people working in nursing care in the United States.
Of these, nearly 60 percent are part-time, and nearly one in three are employed part time.
Nursing education and training are a huge sector, and if you want to get into it, you need to do it right.
If your goal is to get a good job in nursing, you’ll want to find out what the average salary for a nursing assistant is in your field of expertise.
And you’ll also want to know what the typical nursing school salary is in that field.
So, to get the best information about the industry, The Huffington.com surveyed a diverse group of experts who cover nursing in the field.
First up is the National Association of Nursing Colleges, the largest organization of accredited nursing schools in the U.S. That means it has the best job market data on nursing education and pay.
And if you’re interested in finding out how you can get into that field, read on.
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Who are the experts?
A number of experts we talked to in the industry pointed out to us that the median salary for an assistant at a nursing school is about $55,000 a year, or around $50,000 if you consider full-time positions.
If this sounds like a lot, you can break it down by field of specialty and you’ll see how this compares to other jobs.
For instance, the typical nurse assistant works in an outpatient setting, with a patient in a bed, for about $40,000.
In a nursing home, it’s about $35,000, or roughly $28,000 full-timers.
In general, it is the full-timer position that’s most sought after.
There are many different reasons why people choose to work in a nursing facility.
You can get paid better, and you can be in a better environment for your care, such as less pressure on your body.
Some people prefer to work from home, and they’re more comfortable there, but many others prefer to be closer to their families, their community and their coworkers.
Who is the average nurse assistant?
We asked the experts to rank the salaries of the top nursing assistants in their fields, from the most lucrative to the least.
There’s one person who does both.
We asked our expert panel to rate the assistant’s average pay, including salary as well as hours worked, as well the type of jobs that the associate performs.
And then we looked at the salary range for the top-paid assistants in the entire industry.
These are the people who make the most money.
They also happen to be the ones who are the least likely to work part- or full- time.
There is a lot of money in nursing education.
In fact, the average full-year salary for nursing assistant in the nation is about 60 percent of the median for full- and part- time nurses.
But there are also a few positions that are considered low-paying.
One of the least-paid nursing assistant positions in the country is that of an associate, which requires a high school diploma.
Another position that isn’t often mentioned is a full–time assistant in an assisted living facility.
What are the average wages of associate nurses?
Associate nurses, also known as nurse assistants, have the highest hourly rate in the nursing industry.
Their hourly rate is more than twice the average for full time employees, and their average salary is about 40 percent higher than full- or part-timer nurses.
And while they do make more money, their hourly pay is still less than half that of full- Time.
And they also have a lower average salary than other nurses, as their average hourly pay isn’t nearly as high as full-Time.
For those reasons, they are considered more attractive and can earn a higher salary than those who do more hours.
But even for those who work more than 30 hours a week, their salaries aren’t as high, as associate nurses are generally paid about $20 per hour less than full time workers.
What is the median nursing school pay?
As you can see from the graph below, the median pay for a full time nurse assistant at an accredited nursing school in the Midwest is about about $32,000 for a bachelor’s degree and $28.00 for a master’s degree.
If we compare that to the average hourly wage for a nurse assistant, associate, or full time worker, that would mean an associate nurse’s hourly pay of $32.00 an hour is about 30 percent