Nursing job growth in the United States has slowed since the recession, but many nurses are struggling with a shortage of nursing professionals.
That has a ripple effect on employers, who may find it difficult to find nurses to fill vacancies, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Career Development.
In addition to the nursing shortage, nursing jobs are also getting harder to fill in other industries, according the study.
As of last year, more than 10 million people were in the nursing profession, a number that is expected to grow to 25 million by 2023.
Nursing jobs are generally less expensive than non-nursery jobs, but the median hourly wage in the field is still lower than other occupations.
This is partly because the number of nurses is growing rapidly, and because nursing is more closely tied to a health care industry than many other professions, according, in part, to its specialization.
The new report from the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor Center for Health and Workforce Development (ACWD) looked at how much the nursing workforce has grown and how it is changing over the past decade.
The report analyzed job postings for nurses and other health care workers, as well as the pay for nurses in each profession.
The number of positions advertised for nurses grew from 4,200 to 5,000 between 2000 and 2010, but that was driven mostly by the growth of the nursing industry, which grew from 6,300 to 8,400 positions.
The study found that nurses are working more than twice as long hours than other jobs.
The ACWD also found that nurse jobs in the health care field are experiencing a significant shortage of nurses, as many jobs in that field are filled by temporary workers.
This situation is not limited to health care, though.
Nursing job openings are also very limited in some other fields, including education, social work, and veterinary medicine.
The most popular occupation for nurses was “health care information systems,” which had about 1,000 jobs, the report found.
The profession also has fewer jobs for people with a bachelor’s degree than the average for the entire workforce.
The average salary for nursing workers was about $53,000 in 2010.
A majority of the jobs that had fewer than 100 nurses listed in the job search site PayScale.com in 2010 were health care related, the study found.
Nursing has become increasingly important in recent years, as the demand for nursing professionals has risen dramatically, said Dr. Jennifer Bailes, associate dean of nursing at the University at Buffalo and a member of ACWD.
The health care and medical professions have been key to nursing’s growth in recent decades, and nursing’s importance has grown over the years, Bailers said.
In the 1990s, the nursing population was around 25,000, and it now has nearly 80,000 members, according Bailess.
However, it is important to keep in mind that the number has been growing since the beginning of the recession.
It is not that the nursing economy is growing so fast that nurses will not be needed in the future.
The job market is very diverse and the population of nurses continues to grow, Bailinges said.
However it is that the demand has grown so much that the workforce of nurses has not grown at the same rate as the overall workforce, she said.
The shortage of qualified nurses has created problems for the nursing community, including a shortage in staffing and the need for nurses to move into jobs outside of the health-care field, Baily said.
This issue is likely to become even more of an issue in the coming years, because nursing has become more specialized over the last few decades, Baires said, adding that this trend will continue.
She said nursing has been increasing its number of jobs over the decades, which has led to a lot of vacancies and the loss of positions.
For example, the number for nurses who are currently on the payroll at a hospital has more than doubled over the previous 10 years, from around 1,500 in 2001 to more than 2,500 today, according data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
In 2009, the United Nations ranked nursing as the most stressful occupation in the world, with more than one in four people being injured or killed by their nursing duties, according ACWD’s report.
The organization’s report also noted that nursing is a highly specialized field and that there is a shortage not just of qualified nursing workers, but also of qualified professionals.
The demand for skilled nursing professionals, Bairs said, is also growing, especially for health care professionals, who are also often required to perform tasks that require a higher level of skills.
“Nursing is a very specialized field, and this is a lot more so for health professionals,” Bairs said.
She also noted the increasing number of nurse jobs that are temporary and have no paid benefits.
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