You can earn more in nursing by studying online, and that’s where the new job market is headed.
In the past, you’d go to a traditional, traditional nursing school and take the courses required to earn a nursing degree.
But in the digital era, it seems that the more people start to work online, the more likely they are to earn those degrees.
That’s because, according to data from the National Center for Education Statistics, nursing job seekers are starting to work more online, while traditional nursing schools are holding their ground.
This is especially true for those who want to earn degrees that can be transferred to a different job.
This infographic from the US News and World Report illustrates the rise in online nursing degrees, with a breakdown of where each type of degree is earning more than the traditional nursing degree, as well as what jobs have the most nursing jobs and where jobs have fewer.
For example, there’s a trend for graduates to earn certificates in the field of online health, while a large portion of those who do earn those certificates are taking a traditional nursing program.
There’s also a steady increase in degrees that require advanced nursing practice, which has been increasing in recent years.
So, while you might want to start learning the basics of nursing before moving on to a new field, you’ll probably want to take your online degree before you move to the next career, which is what the job market seems to be heading toward.