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Jacqueline Rojas. Number of Jobs:711,900 Median Salary:$65,690 Unemployment Rate:2.0% More than 2.7 Million Nurses today  RNs work in hospitals or.

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1 Jacqueline Rojas


3 Number of Jobs:711,900 Median Salary:$65,690 Unemployment Rate:2.0% More than 2.7 Million Nurses today  RNs work in hospitals or physicians’ offices Treating and educating patients Explaining prescriptions and procedures, Administering medication, or managing medical records,  More are finding jobs in Public health Home care Alternate care settings  Such as rehabilitation centers, schools or businesses.


5 Number of Jobs:33,700 Median Salary:$67,880 Unemployment Rate:1.4%  They comb through test scores To analyze whether a child is a candidate for special services.  Other techniques used to: Assess a child's needs Observation Review of school records Consultation with parents and school personnel.  Administration is also a critical component of the occupation school psychologists are responsible for maintaining special education reports confidential records records of services provided and behavioral data.


7 Number of Jobs:69,700 Median Salary:$113,390 Unemployment Rate:3.1% 272,320 pharmacists in the United States The unique mix of medical knowledge and people skills required to run a pharmacy counter remain in demand.  Dispense medicine  Advise tens of thousands of retail pharmacies Hospitals In mail-order Clinical Corporate settings


9  The best-paid 10 percent of RNs made more than $96,630  While the bottom 10 percent earned less than $44,970.  The highest wages are reserved for personal care nurses Or those working for private-sector pharmaceutical Or medical-device manufacturers  By location, the highest-paid positions are clustered in the metropolitan areas of northern California Including municipalities in and around San Jose,  Oakland  San Francisco.

10  School psychologists earned $67,880 in 2011  The best-paid earned about $110,410 while the lowest-paid earned less than $39,060. Top-paying areas of the industry include  Employment services  Business schools  Computer and management training  And scientific research  Development services  If you're looking for a position in a geographic area that compensates well Consider the metropolitan areas of Trenton N.J. San Luis Obispo, Calif. Hanford, Calif.

11  The median annual salary for a pharmacist was $113,390 in 2011  The best-paid 10 percent made approximately $144,090 a year,  While the lowest-paid made approximately $84,490  The field's best-compensated areas include Residential mental health Rehabilitation facilities Consulting services  The highest-paid in the profession work in California near the metropolitan areas of El Centro Napa Santa Cruz-Watsonville.

12 Registered Nurse Even in a tough economy, nursing has flourished compared with most other occupations. Thanks in part to an aging population, long-term job growth is expected to be much faster than the national average.

13  A very in demand job  Many more jobs are available  Employment of registered nurses is projected to grow 19 percent from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations. Growth will occur for a number of reasons  including an increased emphasis on preventative care  growing rates of chronic conditions  such as diabetes obesity  Demand for healthcare services from the baby boomer population  as they live longer and more active lives.

14  The job is very stressful  You cant take very many breaks because you’re always taking care of others  You wont be able to be home as often as you would like Nursing can be physically emotionally & mentally demanding.

15  You can choose to not relocate There is a step you can take to further your career as a Traveling Nurse  You would need to have more experience  Branch out your education  Advance your already existing nursing degree

16  No because nursing is a nurturing job Although the technology may one day be there  People would much rather be taken care of by a human  Technology wouldn’t be a suitable replacement

17  There is a huge number of competition  The nursing program is difficult to get into  The market has great growth potential but is still competitive With many jobs created but only so many spots can be filled at a time

18 Government  $68,540 Hospitals; State, Local, & Private  67,210 Home Health Care Services  62,090 Nursing & Residential Care Facilities  58,830 Offices of Physicians  58,420  The highest wages are reserved for: personal care nurses Those working for private-sector pharmaceutical medical-device manufacturers

19  NYSNA is a union for nurses New York State Unions Association  Nurses lack control and the quality of nursing care suffers Through binding agreements, you can safeguard employment terms and conditions Establish effective channels of communication.

20  Must take college courses in: anatomy physiology Microbiology Chemistry Nutrition psychology and other social and behavioral sciences  As well as in liberal arts  BSN programs typically take 4 years to complete; ADN and diploma programs usually take 2 to 3 years to complete All programs also include supervised clinical experience.  Generally, licensed graduates of any of the three types of education programs bachelor's, associate’s, or diploma

21  "Summary." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, n.d. Web. 14 Jan. 2014.  "Registered Nurse: Salary." Registered Nurse Salary Information. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Jan. 2014.  "Why RNs Need A Union (and Other Questions)." Why RNs Need A Union. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Jan. 2014

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