Tag Archives: Nursing Jobs

Ten Questions You Should Ask Your Travel Nurse Recruiter

Photo: Time to ask questions

Congratulations, NurseRecruiter has helped you connect with recruiters from top travel nursing agencies, and you have been offered several awesome travel nurse assignments. You’re ready to take your first steps as a newly-minted travel nurse! But before you hand in your notice, you have decisions to make. Which job is right for you? What do Continue Reading

They Need You: The Nursing Shortage Is Real

Chart: Increase of RNs

Are there enough nurses in the country? If you said no to that question, you would be right. But don’t just take our word for it. Let’s look at the numbers. A Million Job Openings The number of Registered Nurses has been increasing rapidly — just look at the chart below! According to the government’s Current Continue Reading

Go West, Young Nurse?

Registered Nurses: Employment growth (chart)

  Over five years after the global financial crisis, jobs are still scarcer than they used to be in the United States – but not everywhere! In true American spirit, for example, thousands of people looking for jobs – or better-paying jobs – have been trekking north and west to “men camps” in rugged states Continue Reading

Graduates Need to Work to Find Jobs, But Jobs are Out There

Nursing’s reputation as being a recession-proof profession is taking a bit of a hit as more people enter nursing schools and then more graduates vie for the available jobs.  Even so, nursing school graduates are able to find jobs within a relatively short time.  An article about Orange County, California indicates that there is plenty of Continue Reading

Nursing Side-Steps Unemployment Crisis

There’s no denying that the economic struggles in the U.S. have made it difficult for some professionals to find work, and that the U.S. unemployment rate remains high. Despite these trends, careers in the medical field continue to be highly regarded for their stability and long-term demand. Registered nurses are an excellent example of how Continue Reading

Nursing in today’s economy

Although nursing is usually a very secure field to be in with nursing jobs being in high demand, with today’s economy, even nursing is feeling the crunch. Nurses are being laid off in numbers not seen in recent years. Hospitals and private offices are cutting their staffing to the bare bones. Malpractice insurance rates and Continue Reading

Nurses For Hire

NursingJobs.us offers a refreshing new way to identify the right nurses for hire. 

Registered Nurses in Florida and California lead job seekers

Florida and California are home to the greatest number of nursing job seekers.