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HELLO NURSE A QUICK LOOK AT WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE A NURSE AND WHAT IT TAKES TO BECOME ONE. Get on the path Are you compassionate, like working with people, don't get squeamish around blood or mind the smell of hospitals and want steady employment? THINK ABOUT YOUR FUTURE YRS Consider a career in nursing HOW LONG DO YOU WANT TO Go GO TO SCHOOL? Do you have a high school diploma or GED? Do you have a nursing degree? 2-3 4+ 1 YR YRS YRS Get a Bachelorsof Science in Nursing Go to a vocational Get an Associates school or community college to become a Licensed Practical Get a Masters of Science in Nursing Degree in Nursing Nurse Want more Want more education? education? Get Job! Get certified in the state you want to work. YOU ARE NOW A REGISTERED NURSE! Degree 1 YEAR VOCATIONAL PROGRAM Cost of School Median Salary | $7,000 $3,000 $39,000 | $55,500 $58,500 $70,900 ASSOCIATES DEGREE IN NURSING BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING MASTERS OF SCIENCE IN NURSING $26,000* $14,000 A Woman's World While the ratio of women to men is slowly balancing, the current ratio is 19:1 Where do Nurses Work? A Growing Industry Nurses help a variety of people in a variety of settings. Generally, nurses work in well-lit, comfortable facilities. From 2008-2018, the field of nursing is expected to grow an average of 22%; that's faster than just about any field! Here is the breakdown: 19% ALL OTHER 60% HOSPITALS 3% EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 48% 33% OFFICES OF PHYSICIANS 25% НОМЕ НЕALTH CARE SERVICES 5% NURSING CARE FACILITIES NURSING CARE FACILITIES 24% 17% 5% HOME HEALTH PHYSICIAN'S CARE 8% EMPLOYMENT SERVICES HOSPITALS OFFICES What do Nurses do? The Happiest Nurse Nurses perform different tasks. This chart shows how an average nurse's time breaks down each week. This chart shows the relative job satisfaction by employment setting. ... 11% ADMINISTRATION NURSING EDUCATION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 3% OTHER STUDENT HEALTH LICENSING/PLANNING %6- SUPERVISION AMBULATORY CARE INSURANCE PUBLIC HEALTH 4% TEACHING HOSPITAL NURSING HOME 8% CONSULTATION 63% DIRECT PATIENT CARE 2% RESEARCH SOURCES NOTES * This is the low end of the scale. t Represents average cost at a public university. * Note that an LPN is not the same as an RN. INFOGRAPHIC BROUGHT TO YOU BY created by

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This infographic provides information about the nursing industry and how to get into the industry. The infographic shows where nurses work, what their media income is and the hours they work. It provi...


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