Nursing has been on the decline for the past decade and the new wave of graduates that are graduating this year is the fastest growth in the history of the profession.
The number of jobs in nursing has increased by almost 4 per cent over the past three years to 2.5 million positions.
This year, the government announced a major restructuring of the way jobs are awarded and paid.
The government has said that it wants to encourage more graduates into the profession as more than 90 per cent of all jobs in the sector are temporary.
The government has also said that the country is in a “post-industrial” and is not equipped to deal with the huge demand for the profession that is expected in the coming years.
In the past, nurses had a hard time finding jobs.
In fact, a government survey conducted last year found that only 6 per cent respondents had jobs in their field of study, while 42 per cent were unemployed.
The job market has also been plagued by shortage of qualified nursing graduates.
The unemployment rate for the country as a whole stood at 14.6 per cent last year, which is higher than the national average of 6.2 per cent.
The national average is 9.2 percent, according to the National Commission for the Status of Women.
According to a study by the International Labour Organisation, the average salary of a full-time employee in nursing is $28,000 a year, with some nurses making as much as $40,000.
However, it can be hard to find a decent-paying job that does not include a wage of $25,000 or less.
According, the nursing profession has experienced a steady decline in the past 10 years.
The unemployment rate in India for 2018 was 8.7 per cent, compared to 13.9 per cent in 2015.
In 2018, the National Council of Medical Research estimated that the annual cost of a nursing course was $2.9 billion, with a further $1.6 billion in medical equipment.
This means that the average nursing salary in India is around $24,000 per annum.
In terms of the number of nurses who have left the profession over the last 10 years, India’s National Commission of Medical Education and Research estimated in its annual report in May 2018 that there are currently around 4,000 nurses who were working in their fields.
The latest government figures show that the number in nursing dropped from 1,700 in 2017 to about 1,300 in 2019.
This was largely due to a shortage of nursing graduates in the country.
The number of graduates in nursing was also lower than in other fields such as dentistry, medicine, and veterinary science.
A new wave is in the making in the industry, according a report by the Medical Education Council of India.
According to the Council, the number and growth of nurses in the field is expected to increase to 4,500 by 2020.
It said that by 2020, nursing graduates will have a combined income of about $150 million.
India’s largest nursing school has also announced that it will hire more graduates to fill the vacancies in the future.
The National Institute of Nursing (NI), an institution of nursing that is part of the National Medical Council, is set to start a new nursing graduate program in October.
It will offer a bachelor’s degree in nursing at a cost of $40 a month, which will include tuition and fees.NI has been training a large number of nursing students and has trained nearly 1,000 nursing graduates since 2017.
NI president, M.S. Dhawan, told NDTV, “This is a huge challenge for the nursing sector and a great opportunity for our graduates.
We are looking forward to building our industry in India, which can help us to create jobs.”
The government is keen on increasing the number nurses in nursing by hiring more graduates, and is also looking to encourage the graduates to work in nursing.