Sunday, August 20, 2006

Career changers choose nursing

In my research and from people I know it was clear that lots of people are changing careers to become a nurse. An article just came out stating this is common and Johns Hopkins University is seeing the increase in nursing students.

Johns Hopkins University says its nursing school is filling up with students switching careers to pursue nursing.

The university, which has campuses in Rockville, D.C., and Baltimore, said Friday that 70 percent of entering students this fall already have a bachelor's degree.

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At 9:15 PM, Blogger Marshall Lebovits said...

The 9/5/06 Wall Street Journal just reported about the nursing shortages and how some healthcare facilities are turning to travel nurses to meet their needs.

 
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At 1:35 AM, Anonymous LPN nursing said...

Yes that very true, During the time of recession the medical sector are booming. the health care is considered to be the next big thing in term of employment generation and pay packages.

 
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