According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, registered nurses (RNs) who wish to take on administrative, research, consulting or teaching jobs are required to have a bachelor’s degree. As a result, individuals who wish to land one of these lucrative positions may want to consider updating their educational qualifications. However, some of these professionals may… Read More

The nation’s job market may be in decline, but the nursing profession definitely is not.

Careers in nursing are skyrocketing, even with the recession in full swing, according to U.S. Department of Labor statistics. In fact, with high job losses in other industries, more people than ever before are returning to school for degrees in nursing, which has historically been a high-demand field.
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