By: Julieta Carrillo
The job outlook for Registered Nurses is expected to increase by 16% from 2014 to 2024.
Registered Nurses pay depend on where or who they work for but in average registered nurses earn $66,640 per year and $32.04 per hour.
To become a Registered Nurse you must choose between one of these education paths a bachelors degree of science in nursing, an associate’s degree in nursing, or a diploma from a nursing school.
On-the-Job Experience Requirements:
A person doesn't have to have any job experience to become a Registered Nurse.
Registered Nurses record patients medical history, give patients medicine, plan out patients treatment, observe patient’s condition, consult with doctors, operate medical equipment, give patients test and analyze results, and teach patients and their family members how to deal with their illness, these are just everyday duties that Registered Nurses do.
Registered Nurses have to have certain qualities to be a good nurse obvious qualities are critical thinking skills, emotional stable, detail oriented, compassion, organizational skills, physical stamina, and good speaking skills.
Registered Nurses typically work in hospitals, physician offices, nursing and residential care facilities, home health care services, government, or in the military.
Similar Occupations to Registered Nurses are Dental Hygienists, Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, EMTS and paramedics, Licensed Vocational nurses, Nurse Anesthetists, Physician assistants, and Social Workers.