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The ALLIED HEALTHCARE GROUP provides turn-key, outsourced administrative and management services to hospitals and healthcare systems including operation and management of small to large size hospitals, skilled nursing facilities & other healthcare fa...

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allied-health-careNov 18 at 5:59am
The US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment of RNs will grow 16% from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for other occupations. Job opportunities for RNs are expected to be good.
allied-health-careNov 18 at 5:58am
NURSES SHORTAGE TO WORSEN IN THE COMING YEARS IN UNITED STATES
The shortage is expected for the following reasons:

1. More than one third of RNs in the United States are over the age of 50 and will begin retiring or working less hours in the coming years.
2. As these RNs retire, there are not enough new RNs to fill the open positions.
3. The cost of training new RNs is going up. Many RNs graduate with over $70,000 of debt, which has dissuaded some students from pursuing a career as an RN. This has also led some US lawmakers to consider government grants for nursing students.
4. By 2025 nearly 70 million Americans will be over the age of 65 and many will have chronic illnesses which will likely create more demand for RNs in the United States.
5. Many more Americans have access to healthcare under the Affordable Care Act (also called Obamacare); this too will cause more demand for medical treatment and the need for RNs.
allied-health-careNov 18 at 5:58am
NURSES SHORTAGE TO WORSEN IN THE COMING YEARS IN UNITED STATES
The shortage is expected for the following reasons:

1. More than one third of RNs in the United States are over the age of 50 and will begin retiring or working less hours in the coming years.
2. As these RNs retire, there are not enough new RNs to fill the open positions.
3. The cost of training new RNs is going up. Many RNs graduate with over $70,000 of debt, which has dissuaded some students from pursuing a career as an RN. This has also led some US lawmakers to consider government grants for nursing students.
4. By 2025 nearly 70 million Americans will be over the age of 65 and many will have chronic illnesses which will likely create more demand for RNs in the United States.
5. Many more Americans have access to healthcare under the Affordable Care Act (also called Obamacare); this too will cause more demand for medical treatment and the need for RNs.
allied-health-careNov 18 at 5:50am
Americans Rate Nurses Highest on Honesty, Ethical Standards:

Americans have been asked to rate the honesty and ethics of various professions annually since 1990, and periodically since 1976. Nurses have topped the list each year since they were first included in 1999, with the exception of 2001 when firefighters were included in response to their work during and after the 9/11 attacks. Since 2005, at least 80% of Americans have said nurses have high ethics and honesty. Two other medical professions -- medical doctors and pharmacists -- tie this year for second place at 65%, with police officers and clergy approaching 50%.
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