Nursing is one of the fastest growing industries in the United States. However, demand is outpacing supply.
There is a lot of diversity available in nursing. There are many specialties and environments. You no longer have to count yourself out if you can't stand the sight of blood. Because there are so many nursing jobs available, there are shortages to fill these positions in some parts of the country.
The average salary in 2015 was $68,000 right out of nursing school. Hard work and long hours may be part of the job, but many nurses don't feel underappreciated or dissatisfied with work.
Listen in as veteran nurse Juliana Adams shares about the rewards of nursing.