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Charles Sipe By: Charles Sipe
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Best Hospitals in New York for Nurses in 2017

Nurse.org analyzed 1,747 surveys of nurses from 176 hospitals in New York to rank the best hospitals to work for in the state of New York. 1. NYU Winthrop University …

Dawn Papandrea By: Dawn Papandrea
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Highest Paid Nurse Practitioner (NP) Specialties

Considering becoming a nurse practitioner? You're probably wondering what the highest-paid nurse practitioner specialty is. Read on to learn about all the types of nurse practitioners and the salaries for …

Charles Sipe By: Charles Sipe
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Best Hospitals in Massachusetts for Nurses in 2017

Nurse.org analyzed 521 surveys of nurses from 68 hospitals in Massachusetts to rank the best hospitals to work for in the state of Massachusetts. 1. Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital …

Charles Sipe By: Charles Sipe
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Best Hospitals in New Jersey for Nurses in 2017

Nurse.org analyzed 595 surveys of nurses from 66 hospitals in New Jersey to rank the best hospitals to work for in the state of New Jersey. 1. Englewood Hospital and …

Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
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Best Hospitals in Arkansas for Nurses in 2017

Nurse.org analyzed over 735 surveys of nurses from 72 hospitals in Arkansas to rank the best hospitals to work for in the state of Arkansas. 1. Arkansas Heart Hospital LITTLE …

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Best Hospitals in Kansas for Nurses in 2017

Nurse.org analyzed over 509 surveys of nurses from 96 hospitals in Kansas to rank the best hospitals to work for in the state of Kansas. 1. The University of Kansas …

Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
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Top 10 Best Scrubs For Nurses in 2022

Nowadays, there are two ways to get scrubs as a nurse: Grab any old pair that the hospital is giving out Shop online for the top-rated scrubs that are recommended …

Angelina Walker By: Angelina Walker
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5 Key Steps To Quitting Your Nursing Job

Brittany Hamstra, BSN, RN Resigning from a job is a natural consequence of having a long, successful working career. However, it is not always easy and can feel very awkward. …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
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How to Work in the U.S as a Foreign-Educated Nurse

While there is a well-known shortage of registered nurses and healthcare professionals, current U.S. immigration laws can make it difficult for foreign nurses in the US to obtain jobs. It …

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