Nursing Career Guide

Nursing is a great career. Nurses are there when a baby takes its first breath and when an elderly patient takes his last. No other profession offers so much diversity and opportunity. Explore the endless possibilities of a nursing career, education requirements, and earning potential.

Nursing Programs

Whether you are a recent high school graduate or an adult who plans to return back to school, there are nursing programs that are right for you. Once you decide on the type of nursing degree you want to pursue use our nursing programs database to find schools that will help you earn your degree.

Scholarships Database

Nursing school is not cheap. An entry-level nursing degree, such as ADN costs between $10,000 and $50,000. Luckily state and federal governments provide grants and loans that can be used to finance your education. Start by applying to FAFSA and use our scholarships database to look for additional money.

Nursing Career Spotlight
Ambulatory Care Nurse


Ambulatory NurseIf you are searching for an exciting and fast-paced career as a nurse, you may want to become an ambulatory care nurse. According to a recent study around Human Performance, the comfort level of a nurse in the work environment is imperative to maintain patient safety and self-confidence. If you deem you would feel complacent outside the hospital, this career is definitely for you.

The emphasis of ambulatory care nursing is on prevention and primary care. The term "ambulatory care" is an abridged way of saying the patient will not be in the hospital for treatments and procedures at the time of visit. You can provide and address the health needs of people from all walks of life in various settings - you may respond to high volumes of patients in a short time.

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