Nursing shortages are creating hassles for healthcare administrators in many regions across the nation, and in some cases these shortages are extreme. Opportunities are widely available in this profession, and the demand for skilled nursing care will likely grow rapidly over the next decade.
As more patients enter the healthcare system, open positions will proliferate. Salaries and responsibilities will vary, but in all cases, nurses will need two, four or six years of post-secondary education and they will need to pass a licensing exam in their state. To find out if this path is right for you, review the nursing occupation overview shared here.