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How many hours do registered nurses work?

The schedule of a registered nurse is dependent on who they work for, whether or not there is a high demand for RN’s in the area and any wage/benefit discussions that have been negotiated prior to/during their employment. In terms of a daily schedule registered nurses can often be found working 5-8 hour days, 4-10 hour days or 3-12 hour days per … Continue Reading


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