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Nursing
Over 2.5 million nurses are practicing nationwide, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), making nursing the largest workforce within the healthcare industry. There are so many different types and levels of nurses, it can be overwhelming to decide which nursing field to choose.

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)
With an average annual salary of $100,000 or more, CRNAs have one of the highest salaries among the nursing field. If you are already a licensed registered nurse (RN), you may be qualified to enter a graduate education program to become a CRNA.

Nurse Practitioner (NP)
A nurse practitioner, sometimes referred to as a “mid-level provider,” provides direct patient care at varying levels of independence, depending upon state laws. Some states require NPs to work under the supervision of a licensed physician, while other states allow NPs to practice relatively independently. NPs are qualified and authorized to do patient exams and some minor procedures and tests and can fulfill many of the same duties as a physician.

Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS)
According to www.allnursingschools.com, there are over 15 areas in which a CNS may specialize including psychiatry, cardiology, infectious disease, geriatrics, and more. The average salary for CNS roles is around $70,000 – 80,000. It’s difficult to quote an average salary across all CNS roles, since pay varies according to the subspecialty as well, but there are many positions paying up to $90,000 or more with experience.

Study Nursing in UK

Study Nursing in UK

Study Nursing in Canada

Study Nursing in Canada

Study Nursing in Newzealand

Study Nursing in Newzealand

Study Nursing in Malaysia

Study Nursing in Malaysia

Study Nursing in Europe

Study Nursing in Europe

Study Nursing in Germany

Study Nursing in Germany

Study Nursing in Netherlands

Study Nursing in Netherlands

Study Nursing in Ireland

Study Nursing in Ireland