5 things to know if you’re considering a career in nursing

Know your acronyms: The nursing field is full of acronyms for titles and certifications. Understanding what they stand for will help you better prepare for your education and career goals. Popular ones are RN, Registered Nurse; BSN, Bachelor’s of
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5 things to know if youre considering a career in nursing …

While there are many options for someone interested training for a career in nursing, it’s important to be ready to work hard.
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Is Nursing Still an Attractive Career Choice?

To dig deeper into the trend, Burning Glass, a Boston-based company that analyzes workforce trends, looked at online postings for healthcare jobs, and nursing in particular, to see how the industry is changing. Their main finding: “The nursing career
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Summer camp serves as prep for possible nursing majors – Vidette Online

High school students who are interested in becoming nurses and are contemplating a potential career in nursing are now going to have the opportunity to experience nursing firsthand through the Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN) over the summer months
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Passion to Help Disenfranchised Leads to New Career in Nursing

When Graciela Stanley was growing up in Overland Park, Kan., and then in Costa Rica for 10 years, she never thought about a career in nursing, but she is glad
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More men are drawn to careers in nursing – News – Lancaster Online

Professor Barbara Zimmerman, who chairs the Department of Nursing at Millersville University, said the percentage of males in the RN-to-BSN (bachelor’s
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More men are drawn to careers in nursing

In addition to the flexibility mentioned by Buchert and the caring nature of the profession, men also are drawn to nursing because of job stability and the opportunity to ascend to management positions. nnn. A Census Bureau study released in late
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