How Much Does a Nursery Nurse Earn?


Nursery nurses are responsible for taking care of children who are between the ages of 0-7.On average they earn a wage of 7,500 per year which depends on an employer.
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Qualified nursery nurses get paid approximately £6.00 an hour or anywhere between £14,000 and £17,000 a year. The rate also depends on whether you work in a school, hospital, nursery or day care centre. Nursery nurses are responsible for supervising and looking after children aged between 0 and 7 years.
The starting salary for a trainee nursery nurse, depending on age, will be between £10,000 and £12,000 per year. Once qualified and experienced, you can expect to earn between £14,000 and £18,000.
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Nursery nurse assist qualified teachers in a nursery, infant or primary classes. The are employed by the day care, family centers, schools, hospitals and private households.
Anything from, £17,000 to £38,000 x.
Nursery nurses work in the United Kingdom. A nursery nurse is a definitive term primarily used for childcare facilities in the United Kingdom. Similar positions in the United States
Current hourly rate for a Nursery Nurse varies between 5 and 7 GBP per hour.
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