• It depends on the kind of nurse and where she lives/works. I can answer for Southern California. A nurse with a BSN, working for a major HMO in the ooperating room. Been there for greater than 15 years= $50.00/ benifits. If you have a LVN (office nurse) working for a private doctor in his office doing minor things such as taking vital signs and assisting a family practice doctor, then she makes little more than $20/hr. (most likely no benefits or minor benefits. A nurse anesthetist with a Masters degree, makes between $150-250,000/yr plus benefits depending on location and work experience. Radiologists are doctors. They make pretty good money and if work for an HMO or a group will have benefits. Their salary ranges are huge. It depends on the group that they work for and the area of the country they are in.

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