The experience you’ve received in the military can be transferred into advanced nursing degrees in the civilian workforce earning you higher salaries in a growing field.
It’s possible to qualify as a registered nurse in 18 months or less of study. Registered nursing is the top occupation for job growth, and this is expected to continue at more than double the average rate for all other occupations through 2020.
With a growing healthcare system and a growing Hispanic population in the United States and Puerto Rico, there has never been a bigger need for Hispanic nurses. Help close this cultural gap! Out of the 16 percent of the population in the United States and Puerto Rico that is Hispanic, only 6 percent are in […]
Are you interested in becoming a nurse? Nurses help take care of and treat many different types of people with various health conditions. Nurses are in demand as people continuously need care and continue to age. [Take a nursing class online.] Here are the different types of nurses: REGISTERED NURSES To become a registered nurse […]
Special to StudentAdvisor.com Have you always dreamed about becoming a nurse? All you need to start is your high school diploma or GED equivalent. You will need good grades in such areas like math, health science, biology, chemistry, and English to qualify you for entry into a nursing program. Being able to speak a language […]
By A.F. Hutchinson, Special to StudentAdvisor.com In today’s economy, it is a great time to become a nurse. Over 40 percent of our country’s current nurses are in their fifties – which means that they will be retiring soon. Their nursing jobs will need to be filled by a new, younger crowd. At the same […]
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