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Here you will find nursing articles and blogs from School of Nursing thought leaders from Rasmussen College.

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LPN vs. CNA: Choosing Your First Step in the Nursing Field

For those new to the nursing field, both the certified nursing assistant (CNA) and licensed practical nurse (LPN) positions are great ways to get your start in the field. We created this side-by-side comparison to help you determine which path is best for you.

RNs Get Real About the Pros and Cons of Being a Nurse

There probably wouldn’t be more than three million nurses in the United States if there weren’t some attractive benefits of the career. However, there are always going to be a few negatives attached to every job as well. This list of pros and cons will help you decide if the benefits outweigh the drawbacks

Top 25 Types of Nurses Employers Are Looking to Hire

It’s helpful to have a good understanding of the types of nurses out there before taking the next step on your career path. We identified 20 types of nurses you could become, and that's only a portion of your options. Get a sneak peek at these in-demand opportunities.

30 Nursing Blogs You Need to Read

When it comes to nursing, there are a ton of great blog options that are filled with all kinds of helpful information. We compiled 24 of our favorite blogs with topics ranging from fun nursing blogs to helpful nursing student blogs to blogs that offer career tips for nurses.

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