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Complete List of Common Nursing Certifications

Listing your RN certifications and credentials correctly on your resume is vital. But which is the appropriate acronym to use? Never fear. Nurse.org has compiled an alphabetical list of 183 …

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Top 10 Best Nursing Schools in Arizona

When it comes to places to enjoy a long nursing career, it’s tough to beat Arizona. With some of the hottest temperatures around the year and plenty of affordable housing, …

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Top 10 Best Nursing Schools in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is home to some of the oldest cities in the nation. The state is full of history, famous buildings, and institutions, including world-renowned colleges and universities. While a Bachelor’s …

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MSN vs. DNP - Which is Better?

Choosing between an MSN vs DNP largely depends on your ultimate career goals — here’s a guide to help you decide which degree is right for you. If you’re a …

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Top 10 Best Nursing Schools in Louisiana

In the past, becoming a registered nurse (RN) was more than enough to enjoy a successful nursing career. While nurses must still be RNs today, many hospitals are requiring nurses …

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Top 10 Best Nursing Schools in Nevada

While the desert is hardly the place you'd expect to find a career, nurses in Nevada receive excellent pay and work in both rural and urban areas. While all you …

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The Highest Paying Jobs For Nurses With a BSN

The average salary for a Registered Nurse is $71,730, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). And although the BLS does not actually differentiate between salaries for RNs who …

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Top 10 Best Nursing Schools in Vermont

Anyone looking to become a registered nurse (RN) has two options: complete an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or a Bachelor's of Science in Nursing (BSN). However, many healthcare facilities …