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Nursing Careers

Become A Nurse: Job Opportunities Abound
By Candice Mancini | March 25, 2010

RNs and LPNs should be empathetic, caring individuals who want to pursue a career in healing. For those who pursue this career, job options could be great.
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Become a School Nurse
By Candice Mancini | December 18, 2009

School nurses are registered nurses who offer an array of services to schools, from providing direct medical care to educating students about physical and mental health. Perks like summers off and a rewarding work environment make the job attractive.
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Occupational Health Nurses
December 18, 2009

Occupational health nurses make a valuable contribution to workplaces by focusing on employee safety, health and well being. As registered nurses, occupational health nurses are part of one of the fastest growing occupations in healthcare.
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Office Nurse: Job Duties, Training, and Employment Outlook
December 18, 2009

Nursing is a growing career with a number of employment opportunities. This article focuses on the career duties, employment outlook, and job skills of office nurses.
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Public Health Nurses Enjoy Rewarding Careers
By Jessica Santina | December 18, 2009

Public health nurses work to improve the health and well being of their communities through education and outreach programs. This important career offers a wide variety of career opportunities, and growth should be strong as the demand for healthcare increases.
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Case Management Nurse Careers
By Candice Mancini | December 7, 2009

Case management nurses are registered nurses whose jobs do not require them to provide direct patient care. Instead, they manage cases to ensure that high-quality, cost-effective care is given to patients with complex medical needs. Case management nurses, like other nurses, should experience dramatic job growth over the next decade.
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Clinical Nurse Specialist Careers
By Candice Mancini | December 7, 2009

A Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS) is a direct care provider, researcher, educator, and overall professional in his/her area of nursing expertise.
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Join One of the Fastest-Growing Careers in the U.S. Today as a Home Health Aide
By Laura Horwitz | December 7, 2009

If you enjoy helping people with their medical and personal needs so they can live in comfort and dignity at home, then working as a home health aide is the career for you.
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Licensed Practical Nurses: On the Front Lines of Healthcare
December 7, 2009

Many companies and career fields are downsizing, yet the nursing field continues to grow. Employment potential for nurses is projected to be excellent through the next 10 years and possibly beyond. Becoming a licensed practical nurse is a good way to get started in the field to find out if it��"s for you.
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With a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, You'll Do Well by Doing Good
By Jane Greer | December 7, 2009

A bachelor's degree in nursing can lead to a satisfying career--and a satisfying salary.
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