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Nursing Assistant Programs Growing in Popularity

Licensed Vocational Nurse

The nurse assistant is an entry-level nursing professional.  Nursing assistants offer essential nursing care services to patients and residents that need help with daily activities.  Nursing assistants earn a decent salary.  The future job market for CNAs is extremely positive.  The process to get certified is fast and easy.  Various states don’t require nurse assistants to be licensed. CNA Certification To get certified as a … (Read More)

Top Paying Nursing Jobs

Difference between LPN and RN

There seems to be some weird misconception that nurses are paid absolutely appallingly. They are not. In fact; nursing is one of the highest paying professions in the medical industry. In fact; even the most basic of nurse positions seems to generate a rather substantial income. It is likely that this misconception stems from the fact that nurses have to pour hours and hours into … (Read More)

Four Missouri nursing schools make top 10 list

University of Missouri, Columbia

For the first time ever CollegeAtlas.org has ranked nursing schools. The University of Missouri, Columbia was ranked the #1 nursing school in the country. Overall, the Top 10 Nursing Schools of 2014 include four nursing schools in Missouri. The rankings are based on each school’s accessibility, affordability, and academic quality. 2014 Top 10 Nursing Schools In-state tuition at the top schools ranged from $4,255 to … (Read More)

Waitress Becomes RN After Customer Pays Tuition with Tip

Customer pays for nursing school with tip

Harrisburg is a small town in Pennsylvania, with less than 50,000 residents. It’s one of those towns where people know each other and everyone has their routine. Benjamin Olewine III is a 92 year old businessman that often frequents the Peachtree Restaurant in Harrisburg. Melissa Mainer was a waitress at the Peachtree, working to pay back her student loan debt. One morning Benjamin came into … (Read More)

Registered Nurse Jobs in Maine have Highest Demand

High Demand for Registered Nurse Jobs in Maine

Students are constantly looking for an educational path that will lead to a career. In the State of Maine, registered nurses are a safe bet. Registered nurses are used in many different healthcare facilities. Registered nurse jobs in Maine are high paying and experiencing rapid growth. These jobs provide a great career opportunity for future graduates in the state. Nurse Executive Sherri Woodward says, “I … (Read More)

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