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Bet on medicine for job growth

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If you’re looking for a career in a growing industry – especially in the Nashville area – take a look at medicine.

The U. S. Department of Labor predicts the enormous sector will have more occupations with job growth than any other, adding an estimated 2.5 million-plus jobs to the U. S economy in the next 10 years. The good news is Nashville is considered a mecca for the industry.

It is no secret there is a national shortage of registered nurses. RNs are usually employed by hospitals but also found in physicians’ offices, clinics, nursing homes, emergency medical centers and in-home care. Duties may include preparing patients for surgery or examinations, dressing wounds, administering medications, monitoring patients’ conditions, and supervising staff. They work in many disciplines such as pediatrics, emergency room care, intensive care, orthopedics and surgery.

U. S. Department of Labor statistics show about 25 percent of all RNs have a Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited four-year college. The majority have an associate degree in nursing from a local college. A licensing exam must be taken and passed after completion.

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