Saturday, July 25, 2009

Nursing Jobs Continue Huge Boom In Demand

There is an abundant supply of nursing jobs that are available to qualified nursing applicants. With the demand for nurses at an all time high there has never been a better time to consider a move into a nursing career. Nurses are now able to choose jobs and they are being given high salaries, incentives, moving expenses and other bonuses. This demand for skilled nurses is set to continue to increase as more and more baby boomers enter retirement.

Today nursing jobs are trying many tactics to attract more applicants. Some of these tactics include a variety of scheduling options including flex time, 4-6 hour shifts, and week end options and on call positions. There is no longer any need to look at nursing as a 40 hour per week job. Now a new nurse can ask for a schedule which suits her needs best. Nurses with experience are almost guaranteed any type of schedule that they want.

Some of the nurses today are able to take nursing jobs and share the hours between tow or more people effectively. Hospitals have nursing pools and part time job opportunities that require only a few hours a month of actual commitment. Overtime opportunities mean more money for nurses and they are taking advantage of these big buck offerings.

Some full time nurses are routinely making 80-100 thousand dollars a year and this opportunity can be yours if you make the move to nursing.

There are nursing jobs available in every state and you can work full time as a regular employee or choose to work as a contract nurse or a travel nurse. With these nursing positions you are not an employee of any one hospital and you are free to work the hours that you want at a number of different hospitals. As a travel nurse you will bring home a good salary and benefits but you will also have free housing while on assignment. With travel nursing jobs you also have your travel expenses paid for or reimbursed.

With the increase in demand for qualified nurses comes increasing demand on schools and programs. More and more people are turning to nursing programs at community colleges and online courses in order to get their degree or certification. This trend will only continue.

1 comment:

  1. Nice Post,

    Thanks for sharing this information which tells that the future of students is very bright, who are studying in nursing programs right now.


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