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There will be more registered nurse jobs available through 2022 than any other profession.
new registered nurse jobs per year are available currently.
seasoned RNs are anticipated to retire by 2022.
of working nurses are over age 50.
new RNs are needed for expansion and replacement of retirees to avoid a nursing shortage.
states are projected to account for half of the job growth (CA, FL, IL, MA, MI, NC, NY, OH, PA,TX).
of nurses living in urban areas have a bachelor’s degree; 11% have a master’s or doctoral degree.
of nurses living in rural areas have a bachelor’s degree; 7% have a master’s or doctoral degree.
graduates took the nursing exam (NCLEX) annually between 2001 and 2013, when annual Title VIII of the Public Health Service Act funding increased.
Source: American Nurses Association.