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Welcome to the nursing profession page, your comprehensive repository for nursing jobs, salaries, and more. Dive into our curated collection of valuable insights and resources, designed specifically for nurses of all levels seeking career advancement and professional growth.

Explore the latest nursing opportunities, stay updated on salary trends, and forge meaningful connections with fellow healthcare professionals. Whether you're a seasoned nurse or just starting your journey, the Cherry Health platform offers a wealth of information to support your success. Join today to take your career to new heights!

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On the Cherry Health home page, select “Search Jobs” to view all job postings on the Job Map.

Select Your Occupational Area and Click “Nursing”

View hundreds of available nursing jobs across Canada. 

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Filter jobs based on your speciality and job type (i.e., salary, contract length, etc.) Select your specific nursing level whether it be “registered nurse” or “licenced practitioner” from the “specialities” section. 

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How much do nurses make in Canada

Due to the various professions within nursing, the average salaries differ between individuals depending on your level of expertise. In general, within Canada, the annual salary is from $59,875 to $105,477. Nurses in Alberta currently make the most with an annual salary between $74,763 to $130,000. British Columbia shows annual averages between $72,000 to $129,000. Ontario sits at an annual average of $75,668 to $107,000, and Quebec ranges from $73,000 to $105,000. The Maritimes shows an annual salary from $71,000 to $103,000. The Northern Territories start averaging from $62,000 to $103,000 annually.

Expand your nursing community through Cherry Health 

Cherry Health offers nurses a versatile platform for industry networking. With professional profiles, all nurses can showcase their expertise and attract attention from potential employers and peers. They can join networking events and virtual meet-ups to connect with like-minded professionals and learn from industry leaders. The messaging feature facilitates direct communication with employers and colleagues, while podcasts and webinars provide valuable insights into healthcare trends and best practices. Through Cherry Health, nurses can efficiently expand their professional network, stay informed, and foster meaningful connections within the industry. Connect with the nursing community here.

How to become a nurse in Canada

To begin a career in nursing within Canada, you must first acquire a diploma or degree from an accredited nursing program, which can be found at universities, colleges, or specialized nursing institutions. The required education for a Registered Nurse (RN) includes at least a diploma or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, with the program's duration varying according to the chosen educational level. Following the completion of one's nursing education, the next critical step is to pass the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN), a test managed by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) aimed at evaluating the candidate's nursing knowledge and skills. After successfully passing the NCLEX-RN, candidates are eligible to apply for registration with their local regulatory body, which oversees the licensure of nurses in each Canadian province and territory; for non-native English speakers, this process may also involve passing a language proficiency exam such as the IELTS or CELPIP.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do nurses do?

On a typical shift, the responsibilities of a nurse include conducting physical examinations and reviewing health histories before making significant decisions; engaging in health promotion, counseling, and educational activities to support patient well-being; administering medications to meet individual health needs; and collaborating extensively with various health care professionals to ensure coordinated and comprehensive care for their patients.

How long does it take to become a nurse?

Depending on the level of nursing you choose to pursue, it can take anywhere from 18 months to 4 years- this includes time for training and experience before you enter the workforce.

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