Category Archives: Registered Nursing

How Long Does It Take to Become a Registered Nurse?

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Joining the healthcare industry is a smart move in the present day. Due to the increase in life expectancy, there is a rising demand for healthcare workers. Registered Nurses are one of the most in-demand workers in the healthcare industry. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average annual wage for a Registered Nurse …

Becoming a Licensed Registered Nurse – What to Expect

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Becoming a Licensed Registered Nurse can be both challenging and rewarding. Medical professionals, including Registered Nurses, are in high demand due to increasing life expectancy and the aging Baby Boomer generation. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment for Licensed Registered Nurses is expected to increase by 15% from 2016 to 2026, which …

High-Paying Careers That Don’t Require Traditional Four-Year Degrees

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Though these careers can take less time and be more affordable, that doesn’t mean that graduates will earn less compared to four-year college graduates. In fact, there are many careers you might not have thought of that can often out-earn many occupations that require a liberal arts degree. put together an updated list of …

Filling the Nursing Shortage

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, by 2026 the Registered Nurse occupation will grow by 15%, creating more than 435,000 new jobs—that is a significant number compared to job growth across the board. In fact, nurses are in such high demand within hospitals and medical facilities that there is a shortage of qualified individuals. …

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