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Wisconsin Healthcare Careers

Registered nurse (RN)

Registered nurses (RNs) provide and coordinate patient care and educate patients and the public about various health conditions. 

The median annual pay is $81,000 per year in Wisconsin, and it is expected that the need for this position will increase by 6% (faster than average) in the next 10 years.

An associate's degree or bachelor’s degree is required to become a registered nurse.

Nurses who work in hospitals and nursing care facilities usually work in shifts to provide round-the-clock coverage. They may work nights, weekends and holidays. They may be on call, which means that they are on duty and must be available to work on short notice.

You may be a good fit for this opportunity if you excel in critical thinking skills, communication skills, compassion, attention to detail, emotional stability, organizational skills and physical stamina.

Wisconsin Healthcare Careers: Job Profile

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