Licensed Practical Nursing Schools in Iowa
1,088 students earned Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse Training degrees in Iowa in the 2020-2021 year.
Education Levels of Licensed Practical Nursing Majors in Iowa
Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse Training majors in the state tend to have the following degree levels:
|Education Level||Number of Grads|
|Award Taking 1 to 2 Years||772|
|Award Taking 2 to 4 Years||772|
|Award Taking Less Than 1 Year||316|
|Award Taking 12 Weeks to 1 Year||316|
|Award Taking Less 12 Weeks||316|
In Iowa, a licensed practical/vocational nurse training major is more popular with women than with men.
The racial distribution of licensed practical/vocational nurse training majors in Iowa is as follows:
- Asian: 3.2%
- Black or African American: 7.0%
- Hispanic or Latino: 8.2%
- White: 67.1%
- Non-Resident Alien: 2.1%
- Other Races: 12.4%
Jobs for Licensed Practical Nursing Grads in Iowa
5,940 people in the state and 701,690 in the nation are employed in jobs related to licensed practical/vocational nurse training.
Wages for Licensed Practical Nursing Jobs in Iowa
In this state, licensed practical/vocational nurse training grads earn an average of $42,820. Nationwide, they make an average of $47,050.
Licensed Practical Nursing Careers in IA
Some of the careers licensed practical/vocational nurse training majors go into include:
|Job Title||IA Job Growth||IA Median Salary|
|Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses||8%||$43,040|
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