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Some US Nurses Struggle to Find Worki
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May 10, 2013 9:39 PM
U.S. nurses are caught between a sour economy, a demographic bump and a flood of unemployed new graduates. After years of worry about a shortage of nurses, about one-third of new nursing graduates in the United States have been struggling to find work. Experts tell VOA’s Jim Randle there will be many job openings for nurses - eventually.

Some US Nurses Struggle to Find Work

Published May 10, 2013

U.S. nurses are caught between a sour economy, a demographic bump and a flood of unemployed new graduates. After years of worry about a shortage of nurses, about one-third of new nursing graduates in the United States have been struggling to find work. Experts tell VOA’s Jim Randle there will be many job openings for nurses - eventually.


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