Jobs that Could Be Yours with an HCA Degree

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Even during recessions, healthcare is one of the few industries in America that continue to grow. No matter the state of the economy, people still get sick and need care to get better. There are many health services administration jobs that are vital to the successful care of patients and don’t directly interact with patient … Continued

Nursing Salaries by Degree: Do Nurses Make More in Colorado? (Infographic)

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While many choose their career path based upon their passions, interests and talents; salary potential is also a key player when it comes to decided what, and what level of education to pursue. A career in nursing can be fairly lucrative depending on which nursing degree programs you choose, and in which parts of the … Continued

Scrub Stretch: 10 Core Strengthening Stretches for Nurses

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When you spend your days transferring patients to and from their beds you get sore. Lifting. Twisting. Bending. It all takes a toll on your body. Nursing aides, orderlies and nursing attendants had the highest rate of musculoskeletal disorders among healthcare workers in 2010, according to the United States Department of Labor. An average of … Continued

Loud and Lucrative: The World of Communications Jobs

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A plethora of career paths opens their doors when you earn a degree in communications. Effective communication—both inside a company and externally—is central to success, no matter what business you’re involved with or the message being shared. Across a variance of fields, communications studies provide foundational skillsets that can be used throughout your life. Earning … Continued

The Great Bilingual Nursing Shortage

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It’s no secret. The number of nurses across the country is declining. In Colorado, many are nearing retirement age which means from 2007 to 2017, an approximate 15,000 new nursing jobs will need to be filled in the Centennial State, according to the The Governor’s Nurse Workforce and Patient Care Task Force’s report, “Nursing in … Continued