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Why get a job as a nurse or healthcare professional?
Nursing is a fantastic career because it offers a wide range of benefits both financially and mentally. The the popular reasons to pursue a career in nursing are 1) you are well paid, 2) the job is very rewarding 3) every day is different and you will deal with a range of cases, 4) shift patterns are flexible as nurses are in high demand, 5) there are a huge variety of nurse positions and roles to choose from, 6) career progression is vast and you can continually seek to better your career and job role. So, do we think nursing is a good career, the answer is 100% yes.
Here are three more reasons you should look for a job in nursing:
1) Demand for nurse jobs and doctors is growing.
If you are looking to get a job as a nurse or healthcare professional you are making a great career choice. Due to the aging population there is a high demand for nurses and other healthcare professionals with 6% grow in demand for nursing professionals expected between 2022-2030. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics there are about 203,200 openings for registered nurses are projected each year, on average, over the decade. Many of those openings are expected to result from the need to replace workers who transfer to different occupations or exit the labor force, such as to retire. The median annual wage for registered nurses was $77,600 in May 2021 which shows the salary for a nurse is good and above the national averag, indicating that nurses make a comfortable living.
2) Nursing job salaries are increasing.
Globally there is high demand nurses and with the increasing demand comes higher salaries. Registered Nurses made a median salary of $77,600 in 2021. The best-paid nurses in the top 25% made $97,580 that year, while the lowest-paid 25% made $61,790.
3) Career options in nursing are vast.
While most nurses work in hospitals or clinics, there are many workplace options available beyond this, such as outpatients departments, specialist health centers, health insurance companies, and patient homes. However, if a hospital setting is where you would like to operate it opens up a huge range of positions and speciality job roles once you earn a BSN or become a Registered Nurse (RN).
FAQ for Candidates:
Q: Will this site help me find a good job as a nurse?
A: Yes! You can find lots of nursing jobs listed, covering a wide range of specialist nursing roles, check out the full list of roles above.
Q: I want to write a personalised message / cover letter as well as attaching my CV when I apply for a job, is that possible?
A: Yes! When you apply for a job, simply fill out the form we provide when you click the ‘Apply’ button and you will get to an area to upload your CV and write your cover letter. If you already have a cover letter written in Word or PDF, simply copy the text into the box on screen to include it in your application.
Q: Do you offer any CV writing tips and guidelines?
A: We certainly do, check out our blog post on writing a good CV.
Q: How can I get into nursing as a career?
A: Check out our blog post on how to get a job as a nurse.
Q: I am looking into healthcare as a career, is it had to become a nurse?
A: Anyone can get into nursing if they determined and have a passion for helping people and an interest in healthcare. Look into career and training paths at colleges and universities and the next time you go and see a nurse or healthcare professional ask them about their job to find out if it’s a career that you think you would be interested in.
FAQ for Recruiters:
Q: How popular is this site and will I find a candidate for my job vacancy here?
A: For nurse recuitment this website is ranked highly on Google/Yahoo/Bing search engines and receives a large volume of hits from candidates looking to find their perfect job, post a job and see for yourself, you will get CVs emailed straight to your inbox and all jobs are live for 90 days.
Q: I want to promote the job I have on offer, how can I do this?
A: Simply head over to the recruiters page to post a nurse job vacancy to and get started.
Q: Do you offer discount for bulk job posts?
A: We certainly do, get in touch with us and we can offer you a better price if you wish to post multiple jobs at once to help with your nurse recruitment.