Careers in the healthcare industry are always popular. After all, demand for these jobs always seems high and salaries seem decent if not very comfortable. And truth is, in our current economy, many healthcare careers are still doing very well. But which ones are the best? To help answer this question, we have assembled median… Read More


If you are looking for a career that has a high percentage of employment after graduation (84%) and has one of the lowest unemployment rates (2%), nursing could be your ticket to job security and further career advancement. Numbering over 4 million, nurses make up the nation’s largest health care profession. Following are six reasons… Read More


University of Saint Francis, which is located in Joliet, Illinois, recently announced new degree program opportunities aimed toward adult learners, the Chicago Tribune reports. Nursing, Healthcare, Management and Organizational Leadership Officials told the news source that the school is offering bachelors degree completion programs for in-demand fields such as nursing, healthcare leadership as well as… Read More


The nursing profession is seeing great strides in more education programs being offered in this field. New students and individuals who are working in the industry have more options when choosing the school from which they will earn a degree. Officials from the Connecticut State University System (CSUS) recently announced that it awarded more bachelor’s… Read More


Neonatal nurse

There is just something special and sweet about newborn babies that moms just can’t get enough of.  How about moms that are neonatal nurses? I think there is an extra dosage of special and sweet thrown into the mix when caring for a newborn, especially ones with special needs. This sounds like such a rewarding… Read More


Many community colleges and universities are entering articulation agreements in order to allow students in high-demand fields to transfer from a two-year school to a bachelors degree-granting institution. Under these agreements, community colleges are often able to offer the university's courses on their own campus, which allows students to stay closer to home while they… Read More


The Georgia Southern University School of Nursing recently announced that it was awarded nearly $800,000 in grants, which are intended to help address the nationwide shortage of nursing faculty, reports the school's website. Officials told on the website that the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration awarded the college with a three-year grant for $792,000… Read More