Registered nurses (RNs) make an average of ...

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The Pay: Registered nurses (RNs) make an average of $57,280, according to U.S. Department of Labor statistics from 2006. For night shift nurses, the pay can go up significantly. Salarylist.com notes that a night shift nurse can earn from $58,000 to $64,000, depending on the region.

Can I say "A registered nurse (RN) makes" instead of Registered nurses (RNs) make?
Can I say "night shift nurses" instead of a night shift nurse?
 

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Can I say "A registered nurse (RN) makes" instead of Registered nurses (RNs) make?
Can I say "night shift nurses" instead of a night shift nurse?

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Yes, you can say all of those. You are just changing singular to plural, and plural to singular. The meaning doesn't change.
 
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