Where Can You Work as a Nurse?

In this video, you learn about the many options you have to work as a nurse. Whether you prefer long-term care, clinics or a hospital, there is most likely an option that fits you and the type of work schedule you’re looking for. If you’re in search of a career change or job security, a nursing degree might be a great option for you.


Thinking about changing careers? Than you should definitely consider working as a nurse. The different jobs that you can have in nursing is remarkable.


From the hospital to nursing homes, there are more places a nurse can work than you may think. Oh, there's many places that you can work-- clinics. So you'd have like a nine to five job. You can work at hospitals, long-term care, rehabilitation.


And it doesn't stop there.


You could work in something very critical-- critical care ICU, cardiac ICU. You can work at clinics, depending on your schedule. You can be a psych nurse. There's even a nurse informatics, which deals with computers, computer systems.


With all the places a nurse can work, it's no wonder they're in such high demand. The market's still really doing great, and job placement's very high.


And the numbers prove it. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts by 2020, nursing job opportunities will grow over 22%.


The demand's still very high. We keep running across numbers regarding the baby boom generation getting older, of course, needing more nurses.


So if you're looking for change and job security, a career in nursing may definitely be the way to go. Want more information on nursing degree programs? Just go to rasmussen.edu. For "What Should I Do With My Life?", I'm Naomi McDonald.


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Naomi McDonald is the Sr. Media Relations Manager for Rasmussen College. She is responsible for developing and growing media relations and helping to positively impact brand via content development.

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