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Nursing Specialties: What Kind of Nurse Gets Paid the Most?

Over the course of their careers, many registered nurses make the choice to pursue a particular area of specialization. This can prove to be a wise move, as specialization often leads to a higher salary, stronger employment outlook, and increased job security. What’s more, choosing a specialty can give you more autonomy in your job ...


What Can You Do With a BSN Degree?

More and more nurses are earning their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, which means eventually having a BSN is going to be considered standard. BSNs aren’t just advancement for the sake of advancement, though. Getting one provides very real results for nurses, both in their careers and how they practice their craft daily. ...

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State of the BSN: Be Part of IMO’s 80 Percent by 2020

If you’re hoping to complete your BSN, you’re not alone. The amount of nurses who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree is on the rise, which is good news for the nursing world, and consistent with what may be the highest-profile goal for nursing of the past decade. In 2010, the Institute of Medicine set a ...

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How to Get Your BSN Degree

Becoming an RN is just the beginning. These days, more and more nurses are getting their bachelor of science in nursing degrees (BSN degrees). Greater education for nurses has been a goal throughout the profession, most notably from 2010’s report from The Institute of Medicine called The Future of Nursing. That report laid out the ...

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Nursing School and Salaries: Differences Between RN and BSN

If you’re considering going to school to embark on a career in nursing, then you probably have a few questions. What kind of nursing degree should you get? What’s an RN’s salary? What about a BSN’s? And what exactly is the difference between the two? There are a lot of similarities between a registered nurse ...

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10 Reasons To Get Your Bachelor’s Degree In Nursing

We all had our own reasons for becoming an RN. Perhaps you desired a more meaningful career. Maybe it was the allure of a profession that keeps us on our toes. Some look to travel or to have greater job security. It certainly wasn’t for shorter working hours or a less stressful environment!

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A Day in the Life: 6 BSN Nursing Careers

There are many reasons nurses may want to pursue their bachelor’s degree, and the biggest one is opportunity. Nurses who have a BSN gain access to a world of choices and specialties. Take some time today to imagine yourself as a pharmaceutical salesperson, ICU nurse, educator, or another of the many roles nurses can play. ...

What CCNE Accreditation Means for RN-BSN Students

In case you missed it last month, Ameritech’s online RN-BSN program was fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) through 2021. We’re so proud of our RN-BSN program, and this goes to show that other people see the value in it as well! But what does CCNE accreditation mean, exactly, to our ...