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What you need to know about nursing salaries

As the country continues to grapple with the opioid epidemic, nurses are beginning to feel more pressure to maintain a high level of productivity.Here are five reasons why they should expect their pay to be higher in the coming year.1.They're getting more flexible 1.The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, requires employers with 50 or more employees to provide

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The nurse discount

Nurses are no longer being paid a penny for nursing training.Nurses are being paid just 0.2p for every £1 of tuition fees. The Government announced the change in its annual report to Parliament on Tuesday night, saying that the amount would be cut by 0.5p from next year.The Government also announced that an additional 0.4p would be paid to RNs in

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When is nursing school not a nursing job?

Online nursing school is a job, and not just for those with a bachelor's degree in nursing.But that doesn't mean it's a job for everyone.For those looking to start a new career in nursing, you need to be certified.And it's not just about nursing.A few months ago, we covered the most common misconceptions about online nursing schools.But the new reality

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5 nurse jobs for every nurse

Nurse cap: Nurse cap is a term used to describe the number of nursing jobs a nurse can fill, typically based on the number and type of nursing home jobs a patient can obtain.In practice, nurse cap is not a meaningful term for this purpose.Nursing home jobs: This term refers to the number (number of) nursing home positions a nurse

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