The Effect of Salary and Nurse Educators on the Nursing Shortage


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The Effect of Salary and Nurse Educators on the Nursing Shortage
The nursing profession is rightly counted as a “caring profession.” The individuals who make it their own are often called upon to work long hours, often on rotating shifts, often giving up holidays to care for patients who frequently have highly communicable diseases. These individuals are expected to do these things, and much more, for wages that would be considered entry level in other professions that require similar training and education.
However, while they play a part, it is not the missed holiday, rotating shifts, or unpleasant conditions with which nurses work that appear to have the greatest effect on the nursing shortage. Rather, the lack of highly qualified nurse...
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