Nurse recruiters, did you know 56% of male nurses and 49% of female nurses are considering pursuing higher education, certification and training to boost their salary potential? Learn about what nurses want to improve your hiring and retention strategies. Download your free copy of the report at https://mediakit.nurse.com/nurse-salary-survey/.
As a nurse, you can use this information to assess whether a job offer is as good as it seems, find out if your current salary measures up to nurses with similar education and job titles and reference the data when negotiating salary.
The 2020 Nurse.com Nurse Salary Research Report is here! Download the report at: https://www.nurse.com/nursing-salary-research-report More than 7,400 RNs, APRNs and LPNs across the country completed the survey, which gives you valuable information on nursing salaries, benefits, education, and much more. How you can benefit from this survey? As a nurse, you can use this information
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This year's celebration is even more important, given the personal sacrifice nurses are making to care for patients of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please take a moment to watch this video and honor nurses across the globe in any way you can. Thank you, nurses, for all you do every day!!
With this honor, the World Health Organization is spreading the message that strengthening nursing and midwifery is crucial to improving health for all. We celebrate you, nurses and midwives, for all you do.
The CDC created interim guidelines for personal protective equipment (PPE) after the coronavirus pandemic led to forecasts of PPE shortages and a surge in patients.
Now, more than ever, it's important to celebrate nurses. On March 19, we celebrate Certified Nurses Day. Watch this video to find out why. To all certified nurses, thank you for your hard work!
The unpredictability of coronavirus and its spread, as well as massive reporting on the topic is causing fear. This video shows the common sense — but sometimes easily overlooked ways — to protect yourself from airborne illnesses like the coronavirus, flu and even colds.