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2013 Nursing Job Projections

 

Which states will need nurses most in 2013?

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Good review,This web site is very helpful! Nice information on Medical Recruiting market .Thanks  
Posted @ Monday, January 21, 2013 5:30 AM by Peggy Paris
NY as being a state with the most job openings? All I have heard recently is that the jobs are far and few in between in NYC, a city that I live in.
Posted @ Thursday, January 24, 2013 12:37 PM by Gershon
Are there RN's who have had success in having their expired license reinstated through completion of a BON approved RN Reentry program?
Posted @ Wednesday, January 30, 2013 1:43 PM by Laura
Some states do have a higher percentage of nurse openings. They push for a higher level of education for nurses may make it a bit challenging to get more nurses, but hospitals need to make a better effort to help their LPNs and ASNs to raise their degree level. The shortage of qualified instructors is of course an issue as well. As many schools are finding out, you cannot simply take a floor nurse and so, "Now you are a teacher." There4 needs to be some education for the educator. This lack for support for the educator is contributing to the nurse educator shortage and hence the nursing shortage.
Posted @ Thursday, February 07, 2013 6:21 PM by Mary Heinzl
These are predictions...just a hunch of what is to come in tomorrow's nursing employment forecast. If you cannot see it, touch it or hear it than it is not true, today or tomorrow. It is a prediction from those who are giving hope to many people who needs to hang onto a steel loop with both hands and holding their breath.  
 
No one can really predict what will happen in the next 24 hours or in 5 years. It may seem that it will happen but it is not a guarantee.  
 
Obama Care is or going to eliminate hospitals and sending people home.  
 
Hospice will increase and the life expectancy will be at the control of the government.  
 
Increase of medical centers will be the outcome from the reduction of hospitals.  
 
Increase home health with limit nursing intervention, treatment and rehabilitation.  
 
The medical career will splinter in the future on philosophies, theories, treatment, working for the government or private or back door/alley medicine and many medical professionals will have to decide for him/her self. 
 
This is the time to develop a sound foundation of who one is in this field as a career and why. 
 
Do not believe every fact, statistics, survey, etc. because they can be manipulated to fit anyone's direction.  
 
I am building today for a better tomorrow and preparing myself with better skills, knowledge, education and to be a Jill-of-all-Trades.
Posted @ Monday, February 11, 2013 2:15 PM by Tobi
Population in a state is also a factor.
Posted @ Wednesday, May 15, 2013 1:04 PM by Uzma Ruiz
If there really is a need for nurses, those wages are no reflection of it but could certainly contribute to the ongoing and impending shortage of those at the bedside.
Posted @ Tuesday, March 18, 2014 12:16 PM by Jennifer
I had Bilateral knee surgery,unable to return when the limit of my lesve of absence ended.I was let go. After recovery 
I reaplied for my position,to find out they now wanted BSN, and Certification in my field, Endoscopy RN, 19 years experience. My question do I go back to school, or get my certifaction or both, I am 58 years old, or should I leave nursing.
Posted @ Friday, May 30, 2014 2:29 PM by Elizabeth Hiner
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