If you’re a nurse who happens to like sweater weather, pumpkin spice everything, apple picking, and crunchy leaves, you may want to consider travel nursing in one of these fall foliage destinations.
With the Delta variant of COVID-19 overtaxing our nation’s hospitals yet again, nurses of all kinds are, without question, in high demand.
The nursing industry has been experiencing a shortage for quite some time, and COVID-19 isn’t making it any better. These states need RNs, NPs, LPNs, and CNAs the most.
Pandemic or not, the field of nursing is and has been booming across the country. Here are the top five states with the most job openings for RNs, NPs, LPNs, and CNAs.
Do you know which kind of RN you want to be? We’ve highlighted six of the more unique specialties out there for your consideration.
Whether you’ve just graduated or are on the hunt for a rewarding new nursing job, you need a strong résumé. Follow these tips to get yours in top form.
Registered nurses rake in the most money in California and the least in South Dakota. Take a look at where your state stacks up on the list.
A résumé can be a passport to an entry-level nursing position, a promotion, or an advanced nursing position. Here’s how to make yours stand out.
If you’re feeling dissatisfied with your career, or maybe just a little adventurous, now might be a good time to shake up your routine with these non-traditional career paths.
Unlike in the past, where it took four years or more to become a nurse, today it can be accomplished in much less time, if you are smart about it.