The new nurse, an RN with no prior experience in nursing, has a lot to learn about the profession and the industry.
The role is a key opportunity for nurses and has an appeal for some young and talented candidates.
But the job itself is not what is attracting many of those looking to take the lead in the field.
For those seeking to become a nurse, a creative analyst will be the key to any career, but that does not mean they will always be well compensated for their work.
Inevitably, many people would say they were lucky to be selected for this position.
It is also worth pointing out that a great many people choose to do the job at a young age.
As a result, some of the skills that are most prized for RNs may not be that valuable after a certain age.
In terms of compensation, the typical nurse salary is around $100,000.
That is a lot of money.
It is well below the median salary in the industry, which is $140,000, according to the RN Salary Council.
The average salary of an RN in Australia in 2017 was $89,000 with the median income of a nurse in Australia being $85,000 and the lowest paid in the sector was just $21,000 per year.
Some of the perks and opportunities that are available for nurses will not be available to other roles, so those who are keen to take on this job will need to be able to provide for themselves.
If you are not ready to be the next Aussie superstar and want to be successful, I would advise you to take a look at other opportunities.