A Career in Nursing
The prime time for beginning a career in nursing is now. The world-wide shortage
of nurses continues. To reflect the problem, salaries are increasing, opportunities
are expanding, and the future for trained nurses continues to become more and
The first few years may still be a challenge. You may not get the perfect job right
out of school.(but, who does?) It may be a series of trial and error till you find your
niche. The odds remain in your favor. The current nurse shortage guarantees a vast
choice of opportunities. A willingness to learn, coupled with a positively expanding
resume and some interview skills, and you are bound to succeed.
Every year the income for nursing professionals grows. As of this last year more
than 25% surveyed earn at least $64,000 per year and a larger percentage of nurses
than ever reported earning $75,000 or more.
The nursing profession is geared toward helping people to regain their health and
then to maintaining the highest level of health possible.
Nursing is a combination of science and art. You will be promoting the quality of
life for your patients.
As a member of this modern nursing profession, you will no longer be limited to
any particular field. Your skills are also desperately needed in our schools, clinics,
doctors’ offices, colleges and universities, research facilities and many, many other
New fields are opening up every day. More people are living longer than ever
before……requiring more and more advanced care. The home health care field is
one of the most rapidly expanding.
If you’re looking for nearly unlimited choices in a secure field, offering an excellent
financial future; look no further. If nursing is for you…….the world is also.
How do I know?
For starters, how about a thirty year nursing career, now winding down. A career
that enabled me to single-handedly raise three of the world's best children.
How about that same career that guaranteed that I would never know boredom; or
question the value