UK is one among countries in the world who pays good salary for nurses. Highest paying countries are United States, Canada, Australia and Gulf and finally UK comes.
Fully qualified nurses start on salaries of £22,127 rising to £28,756 on Band 5 of the NHS Agenda for Change Pay Rates. Salaries in London attract a high-cost area supplement.
With experience, in positions such as nurse team leader on Band 6, salaries progress to £26,545 to £35,597.
At more senior levels such as nurse advanced, modern matron and nurse consultant (Bands 7 to 8c) salaries range from £32,696 to £69,168.
According to Payscale site, average registered nurse (RN) is £23,984 per year. Total job site reported that average salary - The average salary for Nurse jobs is £31,787.
A and E Nurse - £19.10 per Hour
Salary per Year
Advanced Practice Registered Nurse - £30, 879
Assistant in Nursing - £34,924
Cardiac Nurse - £31, 325
Charge Nurse - £34,382
Chief Nursing Officer - £74,821
Clinical Lead Nurse - £43,592
Clinical Nurse - £32,124
Clinical Nurse Educator - £32,437
Clinical Nurse Liaison - £38,154
Clinical Nurse Manager - £40,491
Clinical Nurse Specialist - £36,730
Director of Nursing - £60,633
Family Nurse Practitioner - £37,533
Health care Assistant - £17, 783
UK NURSE SALARY - A OVERVIEW