Bartow, Florida, 33830
Just for Kids Preschool
Sweeping/Mopping, Wiping down tables/chairs, Reading to the children, Serving breakfast/lunch/snack
R.M. Brooks General Store
Taking lunch orders, Serving said orders, Adding up order totals, Taking money, Sweeping, wiping down counters.
*Observed Hospice Care in home setting
Youth group leader, Horseback riding, babysitting
Certificate for IC3 Spark
Career Research Summary
Career: Registered Nurse
• Median Pay: $67,490 Per year – $32.45 per hour
• Typical Entry-Level Education: Bachelor’s Degree
• Work Experience in a related Occupation: None
• On-the-Job Training: None
• Number of Jobs: 2,751,000
• Job Outlook: 16%
• Employment Change: 439,300
What does someone in this career do?
A person in the career of registered nursing provide care, teach people about health conditions, and give advice and emotional support to families in need.
A registered nurse can work in a hospital, doctor’s office, a home for healthcare service, nursing homes, schools, and the military.
How do I get this job?
To become a registered nurse, I can: get my bachelor’s in nursing, get my associates in nursing, or receive a diploma from an approved nursing program. I must also be licensed to become a registered nurse.
Pay: In May of 2015 the median yearly wage for registered nurses was $67,490.
Job Outlook: The projected growth for the employment a registered nurse is 16%, faster than the average for all other jobs.
• Highest Yearly Pay: 83,910
• Median Yearly Pay: 62,490
• Lowest Yearly Pay: 46,100
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