Final Essay 1 - [Last Name 1 India Carr Bodine Landis English 101 14 December 2018 Life as An Emergency Nurse Being an emergency nurse is not easy

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[Last Name] 1 India Carr Bodine Landis English 101 14 December 2018 Life as An Emergency Nurse Being an emergency nurse is not easy, they work in critical care facilities to help doctors and medical technicians. ER nurses are different from normal nurses. Registered work with minor situations with patients like broken bones, cuts, and burns, headache etc. Where in ER nurses they work with patients in critical conditions like cancer, stroke, heart attack, organ failure etc. This is true because Emergency Room Description says that Emergency nurses help to relieve pain and serious life-threatening trauma conditions. Patricia D'Antonio says being a true nurse means taking care or the sick, the injured, the disabled, and the dead no matter how bad the situation is. Nursing originated in the mid 19th century, but professional nursing started with a woman named Florence Nightingale who believed that women who were very well educated who used logical theories and told about healthy lifestyles, they could notoriously improve the care of many sick patients. Emergency nurses have many days to day challenges, for example, working long and exhausting hours to even disagreements with patients, but at the end, they get the satisfaction of helping others, but the payment they get seems to be worth it. Emergency nurses get paid way more than you think. Laine says that the annual salary for Emergency nurses in the United States of America is seventy- thousand dollars a year or thirty- three dollars and sixty-five cents. Since hospitals are open twenty-four hours and seven days a week so emergency nurses are expected to work overnight, on holidays, late at night, and on
[Last Name] 2 weekends. Nurse theory says that the amount that an emergency nurse makes increases with time in the industry. From zero to five years they get paid fifty-seven thousand dollars a year, five to ten years is sixty-four thousand a year, ten to twenty years is seventy-three thousand a year, and twenty years and up is seventy-seventy thousand a year. They say that it is believed to grow by twenty-twenty six by fifteen percent. There are different levels of emergency nurses and these levels get paid the different amount it’s determined by the level of experience and education. For a staff emergency nurse their start salary is sixty-eight thousand, for the lower spectrum staff of all emergency nurses their salary is started at fifty-four thousand, for an emergency nurse who is top of the line they get paid the highest of all emergency nurses, in the United States they get paid one hundred thousand a year or higher. Nurse Journal says soon all nurses annual salary amount should go up at least by twenty six percent. In other countries for example in Jamaica which is an island country emergency nurses out there get paid forty-two dollars an hour and eighty-eighty thousand a year if they work in their industry for more than fifteen years, they get paid an average of eighty-four thousand. Payment is actually based on where you live , for

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