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You can choose your career more than most people when you are trained, licensed and looking for nursing jobs. From the hospital to phone-based services, the hours and location are up to you. Travel nurses make good pay on temporary assignments. Clinic nurses help provide health care in underserved inner cities and rural locations. Its no wonder that nurses are in demand, with nearly three million jobs available in 2016 and an expected growth rate over the next 10 years of 15 percent. The median RN salary was $70,000 in 2017.
Military Nursing Jobs
Nursing jobs in Army hospitals or in the field have unique benefits including officer status, travel, and working with some of the country's top medical professionals. Average base pay is around $73,347, increasing by assignment. An Army nurse program or work in the Navy Nurse Corps can give access to specialties such as aerospace medicine or nurse anesthetist. After active duty, benefits can continue in the reserves. A Navy or Army nurse salary, or in any other branch of the service, can help you build savings toward your future goals as well.
Other RN government jobs in demand include working at VA facilities, state hospitals, administration and consultant jobs, and even research. Nurses have the ability to combine medical knowledgeextensive experience in patient care, and some are busy writing grants and doing research to help improve the way that patient care is delivered.
Nurses can work as educators, performing their nursing jobs from home over the telephone or in clinics. Positions working with diabetes and cancer patients use nurses to deliver patient care and education together. RNs work in the operating room and emergency room, tend to patients on helicopter transport, work in inpatient psychiatric clinics, and manage medical clinics and offices. The median salary in 2017 for nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives and nurse practitioners was $110,930 with a projected growth rate of 31 percent between 2016 and 2026.
What you do as a nurse is up to you, and so is the location where you do it. Whether youre recently licensed or have been in the same career for a while, consider your options and explore.