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PCCTI Explains How To Obtain An LPN Degree In Illinois

By Erik Parker

LPN degrees can afford you a rewarding career with much less time then getting your RN license would take. It can be a great way to take advantage of the growing jobs in the health industry and make a difference to your community.

Part of the job description is to take blood pressure, temperature and other vital signs as well as offer basic care to patients that are bedridden. You may also have to obtain samples and be able to monitor fluid outputs. On some states, you can give medication out.

With the number of those that are aging in the world rising, you can be assured of a stable job. The health industry is also facing a deficit of qualified staff, and this can help you take advantage of the opportunities. The average salary ranges from $28,000 to $40,000 a year which makes this a financially rewarding career as well.

There are opportunities in hospitals, home heath care firms and at hospice care facilities. Nursing homes offer a good portion of the jobs, and with the number of people that need to have them increasing, this degree will help you have a job in a number of places in a career that is high in demand.

The degree is set to be obtained in one year, and includes everything you need to be prepared for a job including clinicals and classroom work. You must pass the exit exam, HESI, and will be able to sit on the state certification test. This course has been created to make sure that you succeed when you successfully complete it.

The leader in getting nurses for tomorrow ready today is PCCTI and they give you the skills you need to succeed. They help with courses and counseling to make sure that you understand your career path and are the leader in education for health industry nursing staff.

For more info or queries about PCCTI please visit the PCCTI team at

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Parker, Erik "PCCTI Explains How To Obtain An LPN Degree In Illinois." PCCTI Explains How To Obtain An LPN Degree In Illinois. 6 Jul. 2010. 20 Aug 2014 <>.

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