Nursing's high ranking ignores pitfalls, but also job satisfaction

02/6/2014 | McKnight's Long-Term Care News

Nursing's high perch in U.S. News and World Report's ranking of jobs is based on median salary, employment rates and future growth. But the profession fared less well when accounting for upward mobility and flexibility. The rankings don't take into account aspects of the job that can make it tremendously hard, but they also don't include the deeply rewarding experience of improving people's lives, Tim Mullaney writes.

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