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Lpn Jobs in Dallas, TX

RN Apheresis and Infusion - Sign On Bonus

Medical City Dallas

Dallas, TX

Registered Nurse Float Pool Nights - Sign On Bonus

Medical City Fort Worth

Fort Worth, TX

Registered Nurse Admin House Supervisor - Sign On Bonus

Medical City Arlington

Arlington, TX

Doctor's Assistant

Clarkson Eyecare

Frisco, TX

Certified Medical Assistant

SOUTHLAKE KIDNEY SPECIALISTS, PLLC

$16 - $17 / HOUR

Southlake, TX

RN Registered Nurse Hemodialysis Float Pool

Medical City Healthcare

Irving, TX

Travel RN - M/S in N Richland Hills, TX

Nurses PRN

N Richland Hills, TX

Registered Nurse Intermediate Care Unit

Medical City Denton

Denton, TX

RN Registered Nurse Float Pool

Medical City North Hills

N Richland Hills, TX

Dallas Lpn Jobs Overview

Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) have been called "the eyes and ears" of RNs and physicians. Although LPNs were initially trained to be bedside nurses in hospitals, their role has expanded to include much more hands-on care for patients. That's one reason why becoming an LPN is a great way to begin a nursing career. You can search for LPN jobs in hospitals, nursing homes, physicians' offices, schools, psychiatric centers, and more.

Working as an LPN, you'll do everything from assisting with patient comfort to administering medications and providing wound care. LPN training includes how to perform diagnostic procedures, such as EKG, penipuncture, PFT, and Doppler. These skills are always in high demand: The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 9% growth in LPN jobs over the next decade.

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About Working in Dallas, Texas

They say everything is bigger in Texas, and Dallas proves that to be true. The Galleria Dallas is home to the country's tallest indoor Christmas tree. The largest permanent model train display decorates the Dallas Children's Medical Center. And the 52-foot statue at the Texas State Fair held every year in Dallas called "Big Tex" is the tallest cowboy in Texas—and probably the entire U.S. Dallas has also set a big record for gaining new residents. In the last decade, more than 1 million people moved to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. It makes sense—it's a city with economic growth and a gain in Dallas jobs.

In addition to its larger-than-life reputation, Dallas is also known for its seven professional sports teams. Others see it as a nature center with more than 60 lakes and 50,000 acres of public parkland. Others know it as the capital of American wealth, with some of the wealthiest Americans calling it home. So if you're moving to the area and looking for jobs in Dallas, you might also want to check out neighboring cities as well, including McKinney, Frisco, and Plano.

Update Your Dallas Lpn Resume

Prepare to put your best foot forward as you apply for LPN jobs with a polished resume. To get you started, we've put together a sample resume just for LPNs. You can use this as a template for your information. You can also use our nurse cover letter sample in case you need to write your own one-page cover letter to prospective employers. Use your cover letter to convey your passion for nursing. Along with your credentials and job experience, be sure to highlight any special areas of expertise such as working with children or having extensive experience in wound care.

How Much Do Lpn Jobs Pay in Dallas, Texas?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in LPN jobs in Dallas, Texas, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median LPN pay in Dallas is $26.33 per hour, which is 7% higher than the national average.

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