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Jackson LPN Stats:
Comfort Score Rank: #42 of 100
Benefit of RN Rank: #11 of 100
Avg. LPN Salary: $35,770
LPNs employed: 2,400

Top Cities in Mississippi for LPNs: Jackson

Jackson’s LPNs make up 24% of nurses in the city. The Jackson LPN comfort score is 40 and ranks in the middle of the top 100 US cities. The RN comfort score in Jackson is a much higher at 101.

These scores indicate that it is a great benefit for a Jackson LPN to take the necessary steps to obtain an RN degree. It is estimated as the 11th best place to do this in the nation.

Checklist to become a Jackson LPN:

  1. Earn your LPN Degree, 1 year of courses and hands-on practice.
  2. Apply for licensure with the Mississippi State Board of Nursing. Have your school send your transcript to them as well
  3. Obtain a CPR card and pass the NCLEX-PN exam

 

LPNs in Jackson
Jackson LPNs earn an average of $35,770 per year. The employment growth for the profession is estimated at 4.01% and will include hospital, home health, private practice and nursing home positions. Please contact the Mississippi Board of Nursing at www.msbn.state.ms.us/ with any questions concerning the city of Jackson and the nursing profession.

In Jackson, this school offers nursing classes and nursing degrees.

Hinds Community College
1750 Chadwick Drive
Jackson, MS 39204
www.hindscc.edu/Departments/Nursing/AD_Nursing

A career as an LPN in this city can provide opportunities and security.


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In 2017, workers with a bachelor's degree or higher had almost twice as much
median earnings per week than workers with only a high school diploma*.
*Bureau of Labor Statistics

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