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How Much Does an LVN Earn Each Year on Salary?

March 28, 2012
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The choice to become a Licensed Vocational Nurse can fast-track the health career allowing the student to earn their certification in as little as one year of courses completed with work experience and a licensing exam that can allow the nurse to work as a Vocational Nurse.

One of the factors that students use to make the decision in the career of nursing is the salary that is going to earned as a Vocational Nurse. Learning the average salary can help the student to determine whether the career is in line with the expectations for the wages that are going … Continue Reading

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The Importance Of The NCLEX Test

April 14, 2010

Completing a nursing school program is a tremendous accomplishment. All the time and effort studying and passing test after test in nursing school has finally paid off in the form of a degree. But hold on a moment-you aren’t really a nurse until you have passed a very important test called the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX). The NCLEX is the test that once passed qualifies an individual who has completed an accredited nursing program licensure to practice nursing professionally. It is a very important test and must be passed in order to be employed as a nurse throughout the … Continue Reading

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LPN Nursing Degrees

December 15, 2009

A LPN nursing degree (Licensed Practical Nurse) or LVN nursing degree (Licensed Vocational Nurse) has a distinct advantage over many other nursing education programs, it is a fast-track to earning money, and it means that after a years of schooling, the nurse is able to work, then she studies at the same time. The advantage of this is obvious, you get to start earning money sooner!

The demand for LPN’s does not only extend to clinical situations they are in huge demand in the normal workforce as technology advances, and this makes it definitely a career opportunity which is more … Continue Reading

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Types of Nursing Degrees

August 23, 2009

When considering nursing as a profession there are a variety of different degrees that one can obtain to begin one’s career. Nurses are employed at a variety of different educational levels with all nurses requiring licensing and registration in their applicable state of professional practice. There are a number of avenues an individual can take to begin a career as a nurse.

A licensed practical nurse (LPN) also known as a vocational nurse is what some may consider the entry level area of nursing. Any one considering a career as a LPN must have a general education diploma or have … Continue Reading

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Nursing Home LVN Jobs Growing In Demand

June 21, 2009

A nursing home LVN job is one of the many job descriptions that a Licensed Vocational Nursing Program can prepare you for. LVN jobs are available in nursing homes, schools, corrections departments, and many other institutions and organizations.

To satisfy the growing demand for LVN job descriptions, there are a large number of vocational nursing school programs that are available today. This is one way of beginning a new and high paying career. The demand for nurses is higher than ever and is expected to continue to remain high for the next 30 years.

Have you always dreamed of being … Continue Reading

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