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Many employers will pay for coursework in your field, or even a certificate program. For example, lots of hospitals offer tuition reimbursement for their employees, and, according to Nursing Link, some hospitals will pay for their licensed nurses to become registered nurses (and even offer other perks, like on-site childcare). Considering nurses make an average of $40,380 per year and RNs make an average of $64,690 per year, it's clearly a sound investment in your financial future.
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