Although a passion for helping others should play a large role in your decision to become an LPN, the salary is also important. As an entry-level position, you can expect a lower wage than other healthcare roles. But in exchange, you’ll have an opportunity to start your career more quickly.
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A shortage of trained nurses is resulting in some hospitals offering financial incentives and mentoring opportunities in an effort to attract new employees who can fill the gaps.
There are many more students applying for practical nursing training programs than can be accepted, which is resulting in schools increasing their capacity to meet the growing demand in the workforce.
The growing need for licensed practical nurses is clearly illustrated when a school can proudly proclaim that it has an almost 100 percent job placement record for its graduates.
By utilizing state-of-the-art medical labs, practical nursing programs can provide students with a more realistic patient care experience to better prepare them for future employment.
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