Licensed Practical Nurses Salaries in Vermont


Job Postings

USD 77,897 /yr

Average Base Pay

Low Average High

Average annual salary:

USD 66,560

Lower end of salary range

USD 83,122

Average of salary range

USD 94,588

Higher end of salary range

Cities in Vermont with the Most Jobs for Licensed Practical Nurses

Here are the top 6 cities in Vermont with the most jobs for Licensed Practical Nurses and the average yearly salary in each:

CompTool's Squirrel includes 449 jobs postings for Licensed Practical Nurses in cities across Vermont.

Latest Licensed Practical Nurses Jobs

Discover the latest competitive salaries for Licensed Practical Nurses in Vermont.

Job Title Company Salary
Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN - Setting CareerStaff USD 19,200
Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN - Skilled Nursing Facility CareerStaff USD 24,000
LPN GLC Group USD 88,400
LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - Long Term Care Genie Healthcare USD 104,000
Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN - Skilled Nursing Facility CareerStaff Unlimited USD 43,576
LPN - (LTC) - ($2000 weekly) VBeyond Healthcare USD 101,400
Licensed Practical Nurse LPN Rutland Healthcare and Rehab Center USD 73,840
LPN job Brattleboro Memorial Hospital USD 71,500
Med/Surg LPN - Accepting New Grads! Cheshire Medical Center USD 63,783
LPN Licensed Practical Nurse Relig Global USD 72,800

Companies With Most Job Postings in Vermont For Licensed Practical Nurses

If you're looking for a diverse range of job opportunities, consider exploring positions at these companies, which have a significant number of Licensed Practical Nurses job postings in Vermont:


Here are some frequently asked questions related to Licensed Practical Nurses job postings and salaries in Vermont:

Q How can I find licensed practical nurse (LPN) job openings in Vermont?
A To find LPN job openings in Vermont, you can check local hospital and clinic career pages, use job search websites, visit the Vermont State Board of Nursing website, or explore job listings on professional nursing organization websites.
Q What qualifications are required for LPN jobs in Vermont?
A Qualifications for LPN jobs in Vermont typically include a practical nursing diploma or certificate from an accredited program, passing the NCLEX-PN exam, and holding an active LPN license in the state of Vermont. Some positions may also require CPR certification and relevant work experience.
Q What is the average salary range for an LPN in Vermont?
A The average salary range for an LPN in Vermont can vary depending on factors such as experience, location, and healthcare facility. However, compensation is generally competitive with other similar roles in the region. For specific salary information, refer to healthcare salary surveys or job listing details.
Q What are the career advancement opportunities for LPNs in Vermont?
A LPNs in Vermont can advance their careers by pursuing further education to become a registered nurse (RN) or a nurse practitioner (NP), specializing in areas such as pediatrics or gerontology, or taking on administrative or leadership roles within healthcare facilities. Continuing education and professional development courses can also enhance career prospects.

List of Job Postings for Licensed Practical Nurses in Vermont

Explore our extensive list of Licensed Practical Nurses job postings in Vermont. Whether you're seeking your first job or considering a career move, you'll find a diverse range of opportunities. Click on the job titles to access more details and application links.

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