Category: Nursing Employment

The Male Nurse: Why So Few of Them?

Nursing schools and recruitment materials traditionally have had a feminine face. Administrators and recruiters are trying to change the face of nursing to include a more macho image in order to attract males to the profession. Continue reading

Cardiac Nursing Jobs

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RN Career Outlook

Registered Nurse (RN) Degrees Career Profile, Salary, & Education Nursing in general is an applied science that combines aspects of medicine, biology, pharmacology and even psychology in the delivery of health care to individuals in physical distress. Nurses assist and complement physicians, and work in… Continue reading

LPN Career Outlook

The LPN/LVN degree can be earned with about one year of schooling in a practical nursing program. There are currently about 1,200 accredited LVN/LPN programs in practical nursing in the U.S., including community colleges, vocational colleges, and online colleges. Continue reading

Nursing Quotes and Inspirational Sayings

The fine art of providing caring and healing touches is nowhere more evident than in those who pursue a nursing career. The Fine Art of Nursing “Nursing is an art: and if it is to be made an art, it requires an exclusive devotion as… Continue reading

LPN Careers: Career Outlook for the LPN Jobs

Image via Wikipedia If you are thinking about a Licensed Practical Nursing or LPN career, there are many specialties that are open to you. Some LPN nurses find their fit when they can care for the elderly. Others prefer the more relaxed atmosphere of home… Continue reading

Male Nurses—An Untapped Labor Pool

Although they face stereotypes and discrimination, male nurses report high degrees of job satisfaction. Men are an untapped resource in the chronic shortage of nurses. Continue reading

Nursing Jobs to Increase 23% for RNs

By Sunamita Lim for The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), an arm of the U.S. Department of Labor, in its Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2008-09 Edition has released very encouraging data suggesting a strong need for new nurses over the next decade or so. Significantly,… Continue reading

The Downside of Nursing: Burn-out

“Burn-out” is a common complaint among nurses due to work overload, long hours and stress. The antidote to burn-out is self-care–nurses must nurse themselves. Continue reading