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Brittany Siegel

on 18 October 2016

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Transcript of NURSING

Why Nursing?
Nurses are always needed
Get the chance and honor of helping others
Gain medical knowledge
Financial stability
Option to work full-time, part-time, weekdays, or weekends
Future Outlook for Nursing
There are always openings in the medical field, this is a fast-growing field in high demand
Over half a million nursing positions are projected to open up before 2022
Nursing employment is expected to increase 31% within the next 6 years
Current Opportunities
There are currently over 104 nursing specialties
These specialties include:
Preoperative Nurse
Neonatal Nurse
Orthopedic nurse
Pediatric nurse
Pain Management Nurse
Psychiatric Nurse
Personal Care Service

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Required Education
There are two categories of nurses, Licensed practical nurse (LPN) and Registered nurse (RN).
Career Overview
"Nurses support the general practitioners, physicians, dentists, and surgeons, and provide hands-on care for the sick and the injured."
Nurses are essential to medical practices.
By: Brittany Siegel
High school diploma
Earn a states license
High school diploma
Earn a states license
Associates or Bachelor's degree
Licensed Practical Nurses make on average, $44,030 per year
Registered Nurses make on average, $71,000
The highest 10% of RN's make $101, 630 per year
Additional skills Required for Nursing
Technical skills
Interpersonal Skills
Critical thinking
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