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The U.S. Nursing Shortage: A State-by-State Breakdown
Nursing has been an in-demand profession for years, with nearly every major hospital hiring for one of healthcare’s most important roles. In 2019, it ranked as the third-most in-demand job of any profession in the United States, and this trend shows no signs of slowing down.. As the baby-boom generation continues to age and overall population numbers increase, the demand for nurses continues
Posted: Sunday Aug 9, 2020
10 Great Non-Hospital Nursing Jobs for Nurses ...
Posted: (3 days ago) Non-hospital nursing jobs offer possibilities both within the healthcare industry and in non-medical fields. These types of jobs enable nursing professionals to apply their knowledge and people skills in positions as supervisors, educators, and advocates within the healthcare industry, in businesses, and in community and private settings.
5 Different Healthcare Career Paths for LPNs - 2019 ...
Posted: (9 days ago) Take note that the salary for LPNs (in any healthcare path) is between $30,970 and $57,360 per year. Advertisement NurseJournal.org is an advertising-supported site. Featured programs and school search results are for schools that compensate us.
Home Healthcare Nurse Careers and Salary Outlook | 2020 ...
Posted: (5 days ago) Healthcare organizations can post jobs and target their recruitment campaigns with email and social media tools. Home Care Association of America This trade association sets high professional standards for home healthcare and advocates for legislative support at the state and federal levels. The organization’s Safe Home Care Initiative ...
Things You Can Do With a Nursing Degree | NurseJournal.org
Posted: (3 days ago) School nurses address student healthcare needs and problems, and educate them about health risks. Prospective school nurses must hold an active, current RN license along with a BSN degree. School nurses also respond to health emergencies requiring CPR or other types of immediate care. Average Annual Salary: $46,350
Nursing Informatics Career & Salary - NurseJournal.org
Posted: (3 days ago) A nurse informatics career focuses on how to boost the management of information and communications in the field of nursing. The goals are to boost efficiency, cut costs, and boost patient care quality.
The Affordable Care Act and Nursing | NurseJournal.org
Posted: (2 days ago) When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law in 2010, it transformed the entire fabric of the U.S. healthcare system, including how nurses and other healthcare professionals approached their jobs. This guide offers an overview of the ACA and examines what this historic reform has meant for nurses.
4 Awesome Job Settings Most Common for CNA's - 2019 ...
Posted: (4 days ago) However, these jobs are very hard to find. 4 – Assisted Living Facilities. Finally, CNAs often work in assisted living facilities. This means that you help people through their daily routines. This is not overly time consuming or acute, because most of your patients will still be reasonably independent. It is a rewarding job to get into and ...
7 Future Job Trends For Nurse Practitioners - NurseJournal.org
Posted: (3 days ago) The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, had reported that there were some 140,000 registered nurses (RNs) in our country in 2012. This has been a huge increase since the last...
31 Best Specialty Career Choices For Nurses - NurseJournal.org
Posted: (4 days ago) Travel nurses provide healthcare services to medical facilities and hospitals that have a short term need. How to Become One. An RN license, two years of nursing experience in one or more facilities, and a BSN. Job Growth Trends. By 2022, the demand should grow by 20%. Salary. $70,000 + benefits and a housing allowance. 12. Chief Nursing Officer
Best Paying MSN Jobs in Nursing | NurseJournal.org
Posted: (2 days ago) Nurse consultants work for hospitals, insurance companies, law offices, pharmaceutical companies. They provide analysis and advice on legal issues and claims concerning healthcare policies and regulations, medical terminology, and patient records. These MSN jobs typically require RN licenses and hold a projected job growth of 12% from 2018-28.