Some Nurses Struggle to Find Jobs

The current shape of the economy has led some nurses to push off retirement and led others to resume their full-time careers for financial reasons. In the short run, it looks as though the nursing shortage has been haulted. Take a deeper look into the situation, and you’ll find that the opposite is actually occurring…What an article in The Washington Post calls it a “Band-Aid” solution.

“After more than a decada when hospitals struggled to maintain sufficient staffing and when nurses could have their pick of jobs, the want ads have virtually disappeared, and only acute-care and emergency-room nurses remain in great demand,” according to The Washington Post.

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