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travel nurse

Travel the United States, have your housing paid for, get great pay and extra benefits. Sounds too good to be true, right? You’re wondering — where’s the catch? A travel nursing career has no catches, only challenges. While a career as a traveling nurse is incredibly rewarding and can offer life-changing experiences that you’ll cherish,… Read more »

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travel nurse

Whether you’re just starting your nursing career or you’ve been practicing for many years, there are several reasons to consider travel nursing. Let’s take a look at the top 5 of the best justifications as to why you should consider traveling nursing jobs. Better Pay Because many areas of the country are in desperate need… Read more »

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registered dietitian

In today’s health-conscious culture, more and more people are putting an emphasis on preventative health practices as a way to prolong not just the length of their life, but the quality of living as they age. One area in which the research is rapidly growing is within the science of nutrition. Becoming a registered dietitian… Read more »

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If you have decided to pursue a career as a registered dietitian, you’ve made a wise choice.  With the wide variety of avenues available in this field, you’ll have opportunities to use your education and credentials to explore different career paths.  You’ll also be in a position to help people improve their quality of life…. Read more »

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Nurse practitioners are healthcare professionals that are trained and licensed to practice medicine, diagnosis and treat acute illnesses and diseases. There are many nursing specialties in demand and the growth projections within the job market are very strong. Within the healthcare community, nurse practitioners are an extremely valuable part of providing adequate care for people…. Read more »

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The nursing industry has always been and continues to be dominated by women.  However, that’s all changing. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, the number of men joining the nursing field has tripled since 1970. Today, about 13 percent of nurses are males, and the number is predicted to continue rising as more men… Read more »

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Dietitians are found working anywhere people and food are involved. They use their dietetic knowledge and skills to design nutrition programs, apply medical nutrition in hospitals and therapy programs, promote health initiatives, develop health regulations, and even undertake nutritional research. They are fully-trained in many workplace responsibilities, including leadership, education, management and communication. However, if… Read more »

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The trend to work from home is growing, especially for parents who are looking to stay at home with their kids and still manage a career. Working from home has many benefits, with greater freedom of time management arguably one of the most attractive benefits. The American Dietetic Association (ADA) reports that 95% of registered… Read more »

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As awareness of the vital role food and nutrition play in overall health increases, nursing professionals are being asked to expand their roles as caregivers to include diet and nutrition advice too. Typically, nursing students are asked to complete a basic accredited nutrition course in nursing school to graduate and are not extensively educated in… Read more »

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The healthcare sector in the U.S. has grown dramatically in the last decade.  In fact, according to bls.gov, it has grown more than ten times faster than the rest of the economy.  In comparison to the 1950s, healthcare jobs have skyrocketed from 3% of jobs to 13% today. Projections from 2012 show that hospitals will… Read more »