Nursing Career Paths

Career Paths for RNs [Infographic]
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In the Future of Nursing report published by the Institute of Medicine, it is recommended that health care facilities throughout the United States increase the proportion of nurses with a BSN to 80 percent and double the number of nurses with a DNP by the year 2020. Research shows that nurses who are prepared at baccalaureate and graduate degree levels are linked to lower readmission rates, shorter lengths of patient stay, and lower mortality rates in health care facilities.

What does the job market look like for RNs who are looking to advance their careers?

We tackle this question in our latest infographic, “Career Paths for RNs, ” where we look in-depth at the three higher education paths RNs can choose from to advance their careers — Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing, and Doctor of Nursing Practice.

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Registered nurse career path?

Getting your daploma and working as a nurse somewhere.

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I am an RN. I started in an LPN program when I came out of the Navy. Then went to a 2 year RN program. Those of us that did this had to start all over, so we did take a lot of classes. Later I did go on for my BSN.
I wouldn't go on for a MSN. Branch off and take something like business, education, or communication. You will limit yourself too much. With an MSN you can be an administrator or directer, with education or communication you can teach.

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