Male vs. Female Nurses

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Nursing is one of the highest demanded and fast growing professions in the United States. Although the nursing industry is female-dominated, more and more men are joining the profession. So what’s the difference between male and female nurses?
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MALE VS FEMALE Nursing is one of the highest demanded and fastest growing professions in the United States. Although the nursing industry is female-dominated, more and more men are joining the profession. So what�۪s the difference between male and female nurses? MALE REPRESENT 5.8% OF ALL NURSES Median weekly salary: $1,168 - MALES $1,011 - FEMALES Two to six years of higher education plus state certification There are 158,025 2,566,545 female male nurses working in the United States Ben Stiller ���Gailord Focker�۝ in Meet the Parents 70% of male nurses view stereotypes as their biggest challenge to becoming a nurse FEMALE REPRESENT 94.2% OF ALL NURSES Nurse Mildred Ratched from One Flew Over the Cuckoo�۪s Nest More than 70% of female nurses are white GENERAL NURSE It is projected that between 2004 and 2014 there will be 703,000 new nursing jobs Approximately 3 out of 5 nursing jobs are in hospitals Only 9.1% of all registered nurses are less than 30 years old 63% of nurses are full-time employees By the year 2020, 44 states and the District of Columbia are projected to have nurse shortages 50% of nurses have a baccalaureate degree or higher CARRINGTON PART OF THE DEVRY EDUCATION FAMILY