Even in nursing, jobs are scarce, but change is coming

There are 1 comment on the Apr 22, 2012, Medford Mail Tribune story titled Even in nursing, jobs are scarce, but change is coming. In it, Medford Mail Tribune reports that:

When Alex McInerney graduated from a four-year private nursing school in the spring of 2010, she was $50,000 in debt and ready to be a nurse.

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Lonewolf

Batesburg, SC

#1 Apr 22, 2012
You're going to be waiting a long time for that change that's coming. Unfortunately,the bottom line for most health care institutions is that almighty dolar. Many of them knowingly short staff, thus showing a total lack of concern for patient safety and welfare.

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