LPN Programs Hazen, ND

The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 12 percent increase in employment for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), especially in metropolitan areas. A decade or more ago, LPN graduates had the guarantee of employment in acute care settings, such as clinics and hospitals. However, due to higher educational standards for hospital employees, the majority of graduates are forced to take up positions in long-term care settings, such as home health and nursing homes. In your preparation to join the … Read the rest

LPN Programs Bismarck, ND

Licensed practical nursing provides an excellent point of entry into nursing. It promises financial and job stability, after just 12 months of training, and sets the foundation for further study to become a registered nurse when your schedule allows. Despite contrary reports, LPNs are in demand, especially in long term care where the baby boomer generation have increased demands for medical and rehabilitative care. As thousands of nurses in the current workforce approach retirement, they will leave job openings in … Read the rest