How Much is an LPN’s Salary?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics in 2016, Licensed Practical Nurses who work full time will earn a yearly median salary of $43,170. The lower 10% will bring in $32,040 per year and the top 10% will make $59,510 annually. The top paying industries for LPN’s are the government and nursing or residential care facilities while the lower paying are private practices and hospitals.
Between now and 2024, the job outlook for LPN’s is expected to grow 16% which is much faster than all other occupations. The strongest need for Licensed Practical Nurses will be in residential facilities and in-home care. Find a School to begin your LPN training.
Schools with Nursing & Medical Programs
- Dawn Career Institute
- Daymar College
- Delta Technical College
- Florida Career College
- Fortis Institute
- Intercoast College
- Iowa Central Community College
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