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New Nurses – Where Will They Come From?

Monday, August 20, 2012

What happens when there is a nursing shortage? Simply put, the fewer nurses available to fill the needs of patients, the quality of healthcare drops.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, one out of every five new jobs created this year is in the nursing profession. However, reports, “job growth in the healthcare sector was outpacing the amount of nurses who graduated in 2011.”

For Rue Education, one of the best solutions and answers to the nursing shortage problem is bridging current healthcare providers to RNs. LPNs, LVNs, Paramedics, and Respiratory Therapists all have the potential to fast-track to becoming an RN through Rue Education. For Rue, this is the best source for future RNs. That’s why Rue Education’s learning systems are specifically designed for transitioning into a Registered Nurse. Speak with one of Rue Education’s educational consultants to see how easy it can be. Rue has a dedicated support team that is ready to give you that boost in confidence and motivation to get started.