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The median salary for a neonatal nurse in the United States is approximately $65,000 per year, according to a newly released study published by the online publication, Nursing100.com. The details of the salary data can be found here: http://nursing100.com/neonatal-nurse/.
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) February 11, 2014
The post also showed the lowest 10 percent neonatal nurses earn an average of $44,190 per year, while the highest 10 percent earn about $95,130.
Nurses working in a neonatal intensive care unit will make more than a generalized registered nurse, says Elizabeth F. Hansen, Editor at Nursing100.com.
However, things like geographic location, level of experience, level of education and any type of certifications will also affect the neonatal intensive care nurses salary, according to Hansen.
The facility one works for also plays a role, as larger hospitals usually pay a higher salary than smaller hospital systems, adds the source.
Nursing100.com, an authority site for anyone wanting to learn more about the details of specific nursing specialties, caters to persons who are thinking of getting into the nursing career, but may first want to determine if the annual take home salary will meet their financial needs.
The site provides a wealth of information that keeps the neonatal nurses, or those wanting to enter the field, abreast of all pertinent neonatal nurse salary data, salary, job description, education, certification and licensing, job outlook, and links and resources.
According to Hansen, Nursing100.com is committed to providing the most current data when it comes to the nursing specialty of neonatal nursing. Those that are considering a career in neonatal nursing, we provide conceivable information and resources in one central location for easy access and retrieval, says Hansen, the senior editor for Nursing100.com
ABOUT NEONATAL NURSING
The field of neonatal nursing has been around for 100 years, but the way it is seen today has only been around for 50 years. During the 1800s, new-born mortality rates were very high and this prompted the need to take a closer look at what newborns needed to thrive outside of the womb. In 1896, the incubator was invented, leading to a host of other inventions in technology and care protocols. As these started to be used in hospitals, neonatal nurses started to become commonplace and this helped to significantly reduce the new-born mortality rate in the twentieth century. Neonatal nurses care for newborns and their families.
To learn more, visit http://nursing100.com/.
JC McClain is the senior editor for Nursing100.com
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