January 28, 2012

Study: Uptick in younger RNs boosts workforce

By: OR Manager
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A new study brings welcome news of a surprising uptick of young people entering nursing, suggesting the RN workforce will grow faster than anticipated over the next 20 years. A second study finds new RNs stick close to home for nursing school and jobs, raising questions about how to improve the supply in underserved areas.

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