Here is another article I found that describes the highest paying nursing jobs and what you have to do to get one. Read the excerpt below, but then please follow the link to read the entire article. I think you will find the information both informative and useful. I know I did.
How to Become a Nursing Superstar: The Highest Paying Nursing Jobs and Their Educational Requirements
Every field has its superstars, and nursing is no exception. The 3 most highly paid jobs to which a clinically practicing nurse can aspire are Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA), Nurse Practitioner (NP) and Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS). Advanced practice nurses who work in these roles are among the most highly educated in their profession, and enjoy the highest amount of industry demand. If you have a passion for any of these areas and would enjoy an elevated salary and strong job security, it may be easier than you think to achieve your goals.
Enrolling in an online nursing degree program can be the first step to becoming a CRNA, an NP, or a CNS.#1 Highest Paid Nursing Job: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)CRNAs provide anesthesia care to over 22 million surgical, obstetrical and trauma patients every year in the USA. They are qualified to dispense all kinds of anesthetics, work in all types of practice setting, and provide care for all sorts of procedures, from open heart surgery to pain management programs.
Pursuing further education so you can become a CRNA is an ideal option for an RN who is interested in surgery, has good technical skills, or is less interested in ongoing patient interaction.
September 18, 2009
Online Nursing Education Blog – RnDegrees.net
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