Jobs in Nursing

If you’re an aspiring nurse, you already know that nursing credentials and skills offer you a career path with staying power. Registered nurses are in demand, earning a median annual wage of $71,730 as of May 2018 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)— and job projections are extremely strong.

To really thrive, however, many RNs earn additional certifications, go for an advanced degree, and specialize in one particular area of nursing. This increases their earning potential by helping them qualify for positions at more prestigious hospitals, especially academic teaching hospitals. Some advanced practice RNs can even open their own clinics depending on state legislation.

To help you decide which career direction is right for you, take a look at some of the highest paying specialties for RNs, what you can earn in each of them, and how to get started as an advanced practice nurse. Keep in mind that salaries do vary greatly based on location and employer, so the earnings listed below are just a baseline to help with your research.  For full info and those earnings, see https://nurse.org/articles/15-highest-paying-nursing-careers/

Jobs in Denmark

Have you moved to Denmark or are you thinking about moving to Denmark to start looking for a job? Then it is time to prepare for the big adventure and get ready to invest a lot of time and hard work. You may encounter competition among candidates (the average number of applications per vacancy is 50!) and you will have to do your best to stand out from the crowd. How do you do that? By offering an employer what others cannot – and by targeting your application every single time. Show the employer what you can accomplish by researching the company thoroughly and pointing out the match between you and the job! Keep your reader in mind and provide the information he or she needs to know.

For much more information, click here: https://www.workindenmark.dk/Find-a-job