NCLEX – How to Pass the First Time

To earn licensure as a Registered Nurse in order to secure a nursing job, graduates must pass the NCLEX-RN (National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse). The state in which you take your test determines which nursing board will issue your RN license upon passing. 1. PREPARE YOURSELF FOR THE NCLEX FORMAT The NCLEX uses CAT format, […]

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11 Interview Tips for Nervous Nurses

1. Know where to go. There’s nothing like driving to a job interview and realizing you don’t know the exact building where the meeting is being held, or you don’t have enough money for the parking meter. If at all possible, map out the fastest route to the interview site and drive there a day […]

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Nurse Shortage Ahead

The Nursing Shortage Ahead The existing nursing deficit in the U.S. — largely caused by the aging population, increasing prevalence of chronic disease, an aging workforce and limited capacity in nursing education programs — is heading straight for a crisis. Despite being one of the fastest growing occupations (view available nurse jobs) the demand for […]

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