**Due to the nature of this article, some of the interviewees will only be referred to by first name for their protection**
Nursing may be considered the most ethical and honest profession in America, but that honor and recognition doesn’t always translate into a happy, fulfilling career.
A nurse’s education is one of the most precious things he or she can have, but one thing’s for certain: it isn’t free.
While some people are fortunate enough to have paid for school through scholarships and savings, many nurses have had to take out loans to finance their education, and some are choking on debt.
While some people are fortunate enough to have paid for school through scholarships, savings, many nurses had to take out loans to finance their education, and some are choking on debt.
If you are an LPN, RN or APRN who is interested in travel nursing, or even if you’re a nursing student who wants to keep your options open, you should consider getting a multi-state license.
Getting a multi-state license can be the gateway to career changing , higher paying opportunities, and at the very least, a wonderful way to move around and explore a significant amount of the United State without having to worry about an additional barrier to entry.
We all know superbugs are life threatening bacteria that are a major thorn in the side of the healthcare industry-- particularly because they can be found in medical facilities everywhere, they often infect unsuspecting patients and they are resistant to antibiotics.
In fact, the Center For Disease Control says about 2 million people get sick from a superbug each year and 23,000 die from it.