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(Nursing) - What is the percentage of people that are able to get hired in nursing?

Explain for students that want to get into the medical field, or more specifically, nursing

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Rebecca’s Answer

If you for nursing it will open many opportunities. Easy to find opportunities.
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Eric’s Answer

Greeetings Anthony I concur with my colleague and if you want statistics I would suggest that you contact the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation. Depends upon what you want to do as a nurse. The world is your oyster as long as there are people you will always have a job except immunization clinics children clinic or school nursing. These nurses usually die before they leave their positions.
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Thank you comment icon Eric, can you clarify that last point? Do they die because their roles put them in danger or do you mean that nurses in these positions tend to not give up their jobs leading to fewer openings for others? Or did you mean something completely different? Gurpreet Lally, Admin
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Megan’s Answer

Hi Anthony,
Thank you for your question. Hopefully you are interested in becoming a nurse. You first must complete the school to be a nurse and depending on how much school you were looking at Nursing school can range from 1 year for an LPN/LVN or an RN has 2-4 year programs. After completing those you take a Board exam. When you pass that you become a Nurse! Now to your actual question. If you complete the above the percentage you will be hired as a nurse is 100% there is always a nursing shortage and unlimited openings for Nurses. It is a great field to get in too. You never have to worry about finding a job that’s for sure. Good luck
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