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11 Highest Paying Nursing Specialties

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If you’re taking a nursing degree, why not consider the highest paying nursing specialties? You may come up with a few questions about this…what’s in it for the hospital that will hire you? What’s in it for them if they are going to pay you 100 grand a year? You must contain uniqueness and the top-notch nursing skills to be worth it. How can you be the unique, highly-skilled, health care provider? Check our list of the highest paying nursing specialties and you’ll discover how!

There are many specialties in nursing. You can major in geriatrics if you think you get along well with the grannies and gramps. If you’re a kid at heart, you fit in the pediatrics world. All these different courses and specialties share one thing – nurses overall are caring.

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Sean Locke Photography/

As a nurse, your job requires you to be knowledgeable of the diseases of the patients you are to take care of. In handling a different set of people every day, patience is something that you need, to build a harmonious relationship.

Before we head on to the top paying nursing specialties we want to share a previous article to the doctors who may be reading this now. You can check the 11 best paying jobs for doctors in the US to see if you’re on the right track.

So, are you ready to start our countdown? Awesome! Here are the 11 highest paying nursing specialties!

11. Neonatal Nurse

Median Salary: $74,000

Neonatal nursing is one of the highest paying nursing specialties. Neonatal nurses are the ones who take care of sick babies. If you love taking good care of babies, then this is a perfect job for you. You will be paid well for doing what you love and what you’re good at. Did you know that one of your job roles is to help the ‘mom to be’ ready for motherhood? That’s right! This is more likely to happen in teenage pregnancies, where the mom is too young to be a full-time mom.

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