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RN Salary in Wisconsin - WI

Wisconsin Registered Nurses Salaries

How much you can earn as a nurse in Wisconsin depends both on how far you’ve taken your education and specialty and what sort of licensing and certification you’ve obtained, as well as the location. Nurses work in hospitals and clinics, but also for government and private corporations.   

A nurse practitioner can command a much higher salary than a licensed practical nurse, in most cases, but requires significantly more schooling. Below are sample average salaries for registered nurses in some Wisconsin cities.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin RN Salary: $49,000
Madison, Wisconsin RN Salary: $55,000
Green Bay, Wisconsin RN Salary: $59,000
Kenosha, Wisconsin RN Salary: $60,000
Racine, Wisconsin RN Salary: $52,000
Appleton, Wisconsin RN Salary: $57,000
Waukesha, Wisconsin RN Salary: $49,000
Oshkosh, Wisconsin RN Salary: $45,000
Eau Claire, Wisconsin RN Salary: $56,000
West Allis, Wisconsin RN Salary: $49,000

Here is how much a nurse practitioner specializing in dermatology can earn in the same cities.

Milwaukee: $76,000
Madison: $84,000
Green Bay: $91,000
Kenosha: $93,000
Racine: $80,000
Appleton: $88,000
Waukesha: $76,000
Oshkosh: $69,000
Eau Claire: $86,000
West Allis: $76,000

Finally, here are some average salaries for licensed practical nurses (LPNs) in the same cities.

Milwaukee: $30,000
Madison: $33,000
Green Bay: $36,000
Kenosha: $36,000
Racine: $31,000
Appleton: $35,000
Waukesha: $30,000
Oshkosh: $27,000
Eau Claire: $34,000
West Allis: $30,000

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