Are you in the process of choosing a career—or thinking of changing
careers and embarking in a new direction? If so, give some serious
consideration to a career in nursing.
Nursing has always been a respected and rewarding career choice for men
and women from all walks of life. Nursing is a noble profession that
allows individuals to make a vital contribution to their communities and
serve their fellow human beings at the most crucial times of their
lives. And with recent advances in health care technology, nursing is a
cutting-edge career that allows individuals to play pivotal roles in
making tomorrow's medical breakthroughs a reality.
Today, the United States is facing a pronounced shortage of qualified
nurses. Nursing professionals are in great demand in all areas of health
care. As a result, salaries for nurses are at all-time highs. And
hospitals and other employers are offering a variety of additional
financial enticements such as tuition reimbursement and assistance
and/or sign-on bonuses.
In short: There has never been a better time to think
of a career in nursing than RIGHT NOW!
It takes less than two years to meet the educational requirements to
become a nurse. After that, you are on your way to a career that offers
flexible work schedules, an excellent salary and benefits, and job
security. You will have many options as a nurse; you can work in a
hospital, a doctor's office or practice home care, just to name a few.
You can put what you have learned to use in other fields such as law,
forensics, pharmaceutical sales, clinical research or education. But
best of all, you'll have the satisfaction of working in a profession
where you make a difference in people's lives everyday.
Nursing Education Programs
You can enter the nursing profession by selecting from a variety of
accredited nursing education programs designed to meet the diverse needs
of both traditional and non-traditional students. more
Philadelphia-Area Nursing Schools
There are over 25 top-notch schools in the Philadelphia area. more
For more information, call 1.866.CALL.MLH.