Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

An LPN is a vital part of the healthcare system and is responsible for providing patients with essential care. If you’re considering a career in healthcare, an LPN may be just the career you’ve been looking for.

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LPNs: Achieve's Test-Out Bridge Program makes achieving your BSN faster and more affordable, and previous college credits will count toward your advanced degree. All applicants must be current LVN or LPN.

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LPN Salary
$47,480 per year, $22.83 per hour
Source: BLS
How Long Does it Take to Become an LPN?
1 year
Source: BLS

Go From LPN to RN

Ready to take the next step from LPN to Registered Nurse? This guide will show you how. LPN to RN Guide

RN vs LPN: What's the Difference and Which is Right for You?

If you’re thinking about becoming a nurse, you may be wondering what the differences are between a registered nurse (RN) and a licensed practical nurse (LPN). This article will tell you everything you need to know. RN vs LPN Guide

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