What do nurses earn?

Nurses earn an average of $1,080 a month.

Nurses also receive a pay cut, although this is a tiny amount compared to the average salary of $939 for the general public.

Nursing assistants earn an hourly wage of $13.20, and are entitled to a 401(k) plan, which is an employer-provided retirement plan that provides retirement benefits and health insurance.

They are also eligible to take part in a health savings account, which can be used to buy insurance.

The annual salary of an employee who has been in the industry for at least six years is $55,500.

An employee with at least 20 years of experience is entitled to an additional $2,000 in salary for each year worked.

The median salary of nurses is $72,000.

In addition, an employee must also be enrolled in the State Pension Fund.

In the past, nurses were paid an annual pension of $11,000, although they are now entitled to receive a $5,000 bonus if they retire at age 50.

The National Health Service, the nation’s largest public-sector union, has endorsed the salary hike, arguing that it will make the health care system better for nurses and their families.

However, nurses’ unions in the United Kingdom, Germany and France have rejected the idea.

The International Association of Nurses in the U.S. also has opposed the increase, saying it will not address the needs of nurses who have already had to take time off work due to illness.

“The new salary will mean less income for nurses who work for the private sector,” said IANU President Jocelyn Schulz in a statement.

“We will fight hard for this to be permanent, and it will take years to ensure nurses have the highest pay they deserve.”

The increase will affect nursing assistants across the country, and many of the same nurses will have to compete for the same jobs.

While some are optimistic that the move will bring better pay and benefits to the public sector, the pay and conditions of nursing assistants have not improved over the past few years, and the nursing industry is still a long way from being able to afford the higher salaries required to get through the retirement of older nurses.

As of 2018, nurses in the health system earned an average annual salary less than $23,000 per year.

The salary hike will not take effect until 2021, and will likely only apply to nursing assistants, not other workers.

This is in addition to the salary increase that has been approved by the Health and Welfare Ministry, and is expected to cost about $8 million per year for the next four years.

The new pay will come into effect on July 1.