Advocate Search Group fills over 100 critical Nurse & Allied Health Educator and Administrator vacancies each year at colleges and universities throughout the USA.

By 2020, the U.S. healthcare system will require more than 1 million new RN’s. There is an extraordinary demand for new nurses to enter the field in open positions and also to replace nurses who are going to retire from the field. Because of this demand, the vast majority of nursing schools in the U.S. are looking for new ways to encourage and inspire students who have bachelor’s degrees in other fields to join the ranks of nursing.

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Colleges thrive when the best talent has been drawn into the fold. Without effective management and support staff, an educational institution would find it extremely difficult to operate in the most effective manner possible. Doing what is required to attract top talent must become a top priority. This means effective work must go into properly branding the university’s Nursing Program.

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Deciding on a career in nursing can bring questions that need answered. Here are 5 questions that should be clarified before signing up with any Nursing school.

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If you’re planning to pursue a career in nursing, one of the biggest decisions you’ll make is your choice of nursing school. It’s essential to choose a school that meets your personal needs while preparing you for your career endeavors. Here’s a look at just a few of the things to consider ensuring you choose the right nursing school for you.

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If you earned bad grades in high school, getting accepted for nursing school will require innovation and persistence. A good place to begin is by writing your personal statement. In it, explain reasons behind your less than stellar academic performance.

Did you suffer an accident or illness, which caused your grades to plummet? Did family matters, such as a death, divorce or serious illness have a negative impact on your studies?

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Nursing is not just a job. Nursing is more than a profession. Nursing is all about living a passion-driven life. The hours may be long and tasks may not always be pleasant. Nevertheless, becoming a nurse means never really “working” another day of your life. If this sounds like you, then, isn’t it best to go big or go home?

Top ranked nursing schools groom leaders and look auspicious on resumes. But if you’ve heard it is tough to get accepted by the best schools…it is. Consequently, it is necessary to prepare early and remain persistent.

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Not too long ago, an Associate’s Degree in nursing was enough to get a good job in nursing in most places. You only needed a higher degree if you planned to go into nursing administration or become a nursing educator. That is changing.

Now, fewer nursing jobs are available for those with less than a Bachelor’s Degree. It will become even harder to find work in nursing with only an Associate’s Degree before long. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing has issued a mandate that will require at least 80 percent of nurses working in hospitals have at least a Bachelor’s Degree by 2020.

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Where you want to work in the future will determine what nursing degree is best for you. There was a time when having an Associate’s Degree in Nursing was enough to get your hired at most places. But with doctor’s offices, hospitals, and other medical facilities getting tougher with their hiring requirements you’ll find that while you can still find a job in 2017 with an Associate’s Degree in Nursing, it might not be the ideal job for you.

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One of the best ways to recruit faculty for nursing schools is to use the name recognition of your university or college that offers nursing degrees. The name recognition for colleges and their reputation is important to students who seek to attend the best and most affordable schools for their training. Networking is the key to finding and retaining qualified faculty. Higher level institutions that teach nursing are more likely to have the reputation of being in a desirable geographic area and have additional benefits other than financial to offer prospective faculty. Schools that are in an area with recreational sites and away from large cities are one example of this.

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The world of nursing is fast paced and rewarding. You’re constantly on the go, helping patients, and assisting doctors as they make real life decisions. While technology has helped to improve the experience of nurses in the hospital, fewer people are going through the nursing program. With it being one of the highest paying majors available in the United States, there has never been a better time to get into nursing. Arguably, where you go to school can make a big difference. These are among the best and most prestigious nursing programs in the United States.

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