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Which Nursing Job is Right For Me?

Nursing is not a one-size-fits-all career. There are many paths for nurses to follow, from specializing in different fields to moving into leadership roles. How do you know if nursing is right for you, and how do you choose a nursing specialty? Let’s explore the various areas of nursing so you can f...

What are Career Goals for Nursing?

Nursing career goals are important. Not only does planning for the future help you focus your time and efforts, but it also helps measure your progress and growth over time. Yet with so many different career paths for nurses, it can be hard to identify your own goals or when it’s time for a nursing ...

How Much Do RNs Earn?

Being an RN is rewarding in more ways than one. In addition to providing care for those in need, you’ll also enjoy a high salary with many career growth opportunities. How much does an entry-level RN make vs. the highest paid RN? We’re breaking down your RN earning potential, including how to make t...

Note-taking Tips for Nursing Students

Sticking with a nursing program requires a high level of dedication to studying the material and reviewing it frequently. And being able to take good notes is foundational to becoming a good learner. Not only does taking good notes help you pass exams, but good note-taking skills are also essential ...

5 Trends to Watch in the Nursing Job Market

Whatever your current job role, keeping up with trends in nursing will ensure your career maintains an upward trajectory. Why? Because the nursing industry is constantly changing. And that's important for you to know, especially if you're looking to apply to new jobs or thinking of getting into a sp...

How to get your first nursing job if you don't have experience

So, you finally got your RN license, and it's probably one of the proudest moments of your life. You're ready to start working in the nursing profession, but there's one big problem. You don't have any healthcare experience, and it can be very overwhelming knowing where to start. The good news is th...

Advance Your Education: Best Nursing Specialities

There has never been a better time to be a nurse. Not only are salaries are going up, but nurses are also gaining more independence and enjoying greater job security. Nursing opportunities abound, even for recent graduates. If you're a natural helper, a nursing career may sound very appealing to you...

CNA vs RN: What's the Difference?

What's the difference between a CNA and an RN? CNAs and RNs both play critical roles in healthcare. In both roles, you can expect to work closely with patients, but that's where the similarities end. There are significant differences between these roles cover everything from required education to pa...

Why Nursing Clinicals Are So Important

Nursing clinicals will probably be the most significant part of your career as a nursing student. Clinicals helps you begin to get the hands-on experience needed for a successful career in nursing. With the tools, knowledge, and resources you gain from clinicals, you'll have a rewarding and long-las...

Tips for Surviving Your First Year as a Nurse

Getting through nursing school and passing the NCLEX exam are tremendous accomplishments, but they are only the beginning of your career as an RN. Being a successful nurse will require you to learn and adapt frequently. You'll often make quick decisions as you become more familiar with the needs of ...

How to Become an RN If You're a CNA

Working as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is a great introduction to a career in health. But, if you're like many CNAs, your long-term goal is to become a Registered Nurse (RN). The good news is that the career outlook for RNs is brighter than ever. Employment growth for nurses is expected to r...

How to Get into Nursing School Despite Your Low GPA

Looking to upgrade your career? Demand for Registered Nurses (RNs) continues to grow as the Baby Boomer generation ages, adding patients to the network and removing retiring nurses from the workforce. In fact, according to recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Registered Nurse will be one...

How an LPN to RN program can land you a leadership role (and a raise)

It's safe to say that Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) are among the most vital staffers in any hospital or other healthcare environment. They're the front-line heroes who do all the little—and often not-so-little—things that keep a healthcare facility humming, day-in and day-out. It's demanding. It...

Battling Stress and Burnout as A Nurse Practitioner

Nurses face stress every day, and the profession has the highest burnout rate in healthcare. Studies show that 43% of newly-licensed nurses leave their first jobs within 3 years, and 17.5% leave within the first year. However, one nurse has managed to stay focused for 38 years in one of the most str...

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