Nursing programs expand as demand increases
By Chris McGuinness Killeen Daily Herald Ask college students in Texas about their job prospects post-graduation, and the answers will more than likely contain caution, if not outright anxiety.
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#1 Oct 30, 2011
Monopoly capitalistic practices, inclusive of importing large numbers of foreign nurses, have resulted in the normal free market mechanisms from increasing, both long term and short term, the numbers of graduating nurses requisite for the demand for nurses. The culture of Texas is especially inimical to labor, especially skilled labor. The result of the same is an environment in Texas which is especially inimical to nurses, skilled educated professionals.
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