In working with nurse practitioners from across the country as part of the MidlevelU Career Advisor Program, I've been exposed to job markets nationwide. From rural Alaska to New York City, the pulse of the healthcare economy varies from location to location. The number and types of job opportunities for nurse practitioners follow suit. Which state is home to the absolute worst job market for nurse practitioners?
Prepared or not, your nurse practitioner education is going to cost you thousands of dollars. So, making decisions about how you plan to become an NP shouldn't be taken lightly. Putting some extra research and effort in on the front-end of your education could save you thousands of dollars of hard earned money later. Here are a few tips and tricks for managing the cost of your nurse practitioner education.
Happy Memorial Day! My red meat consumption has been at an all time high over the past few days as a result of holiday cookouts. There's nothing quite like a burger off the grill loaded with toppings and dripping with catsup. Now that the long weekend is winding down, it's time to get back to business starting with your nurse practitioner job search. If your job search, like your weekend BBQ, could stand some secret sauce connect with a MidlevelU Career Advisor for personalized career advice and job search attention.
By Aspiring Physician Assistant Meghan Kayan
It's no surprise that the curriculum for college students looking forward to post baccalaureate medical fields is strenuous. Admidst the stress of wanting to get into a good school and trying to make Dean's list every semester, extracurricular activities and social lives can get put on the back-burner and sometimes completely forgotten. However, as a rising "super senior" I'm here to warn undergrads that a better balance may be in order.