Are you interested in a rewarding profession in healthcare? Does the idea of a career field with job opportunity where you can give back to your community sound interesting to you? If so, then St. Paul’s School of Nursing could be the right place for you to get your education. At St. Paul’s, we teach the skills you will need to succeed in the growing fields of nursing, medical assisting and dental assisting.
St. Paul’s School of Nursing is a nationally accredited nursing school with convenient locations in Queens and Staten Island, New York. We deliver a comprehensive, thorough nursing education where you can earn your Associate Degree in Nursing so you can be qualified to sit for the licensure exam to become a Registered Nurse (RN).
As a profession, nursing provides far more flexibility than many other careers. Nurses command respect in their communities and have always been held in high esteem as critical medical professionals. Nursing salaries in the market for both entry-level and experienced nurses reflect the value the market places on the crucial skills and knowledge that trained nurses possess.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for registered nurses (RNs) is expected to continue to grow faster than the average for all occupations. In fact, over the next 10 years, the number of RN positions is expected to increase 16%. This continued growth is expected to continue for a number of reasons. The factors driving the increase include increased emphasis on preventive care; the growing rates of chronic diseases, such as type diabetes and obesity; and the aging of the baby boomer generation who are living longer and more active lives.
Nursing is a noble profession encompassing many different job opportunities. Depending on your level of education and accomplishment, possessing a nursing licensure can open numerous doors for you. Nurses can work virtually anywhere, from busy emergency departments and hospital wards, to quieter doctor’s offices and nursing homes. Nurses can work in public health the military and other government agencies or private practice. You could even eventually become a nursing educator. The choice is yours. It all starts with your application to St. Paul’s School of Nursing.
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