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How Much Do Medical Surgical Nurse Jobs Pay in Nebraska?

For jobs available on NurseFly as of Saturday, November 28th 2020, the average weekly salary for a Medical Surgical Nurse in Nebraska is $2,394 but can pay up to $3,567 per week.

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  • min - $1,474
  • avg - $2,394
  • max - $3,567

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What are the compact nursing license states?

Posted on Jul 20, 2020
Update: Indiana is the latest state to enact the eNLC! Legislation is pending in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Vermont! New Jersey is still only partially implementing the eNLC legislation as the state reviews its effectiveness.  Now, more than ever, the eNLC stands to have a huge impact on the way nurses can practice across state lines….
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What is Medical Surgical ‘Med-Surg’ Nursing?

Posted on May 26, 2020
Medical-surgical, also known as ‘med-surg’, is a nursing specialty that makes up the foundation of nursing. In fact, many sub-specialties of nursing require that you have prior med-surg experience. Med-surg nurses are responsible for taking care of patients with acute medical issues, as well as those requiring surgical intervention, however, the med-surg umbrella term can…

How much does a medical surgical travel nurse make?

Posted on May 21, 2020
Medical Surgical “med-surg” nurses monitor patients who are acutely ill or recovering from surgery in a variety of hospital and clinical settings. There are many opportunities to work and travel as a med-surg nurse and earn a higher salary while doing it. Last year, a travel nurse with a medical surgical specialty earned an average…

Day in the Life: COVID-19 ICU Nurse

Posted on Nov 11, 2020
As the nation’s daily count of COVID-19 cases continues to rise, we are again seeing a major demand for nurses and travel nurses in facilities across the country. For some of us, we have experienced this public health catastrophe in waves, while others have been working COVID crisis contracts since March. Either way, nurses have…

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