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How Much Do ICU Nurse Jobs Pay in Denton?

For jobs available on NurseFly as of Wednesday, October 21st 2020, the average weekly salary for a ICU Nurse in Denton is $1,788 but can pay up to $2,268 per week.

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  • min - $1,333
  • avg - $1,788
  • max - $2,268

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