A Smart Career Move: LPN to RN

Continued education is smart in any career. Working your way up and learning more about your field is crucial to staying current and sharp. If you are an Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) and wondering what your next career move should be, a new certification may be just...
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STNA Testing: Certification and Opportunities

A State Tested Nursing Assistant, or STNA, works in medical settings as an entry-level aide mainly responsible for delivering basic care and assistance to residents of nursing homes, hospitals and more. To obtain STNA certification, you must pass a set of classes and...
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Generational Gap in Nursing: Harmonious or Horrendous?

Three generations of nurses are currently working together to improve the health of millions of Americans. Though the quality of their care may not differ, their personalities and thought processes do. When working with those who possess differences in personality and...
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More Men Enter the Nursing Field

More Men Enter the Nursing Field

While men have historically only made up a portion of the nursing workforce, recent studies show that percentage increasing. Previously, it was said that stigmas and low pay kept men out of the field. Now, high pay and steady hours are contributing to the increase....

How to Ace Your STNA Interview

How to Ace Your STNA Interview

Our Experts | Melissa Marion Whether you are preparing for your first round of phone interviews, or your first face-to-face interview for a healthcare position, there are certain steps you can take to ensure success. Read on for tips to make the best first impression...

Nurses: Making it a Great Day

Nurses: Making it a Great Day

Our Experts | Frank Fauskey, Recruitment Specialist Has anyone ever told you to “Make it a great day,” instead of “Have a good day”? In the healthcare field particularly, it is essential to recognize the difference between the two. "Have a good day" implies that a...

Land a Job as a New Nursing Graduate

Land a Job as a New Nursing Graduate

There’s a Catch 22 in the nursing industry. While hospitals and other healthcare facilities are short-handed due to high retirement rates of Baby Boomers, nursing grads struggle to find work because they are inexperienced. Even with the high demand for nurses, recent...