Michigan turns to laid-off auto workers to help with nursing shortage

02/15/2007 | Detroit News, The

Michigan's health industry is making the most of the state's auto industry layoffs by working to help former auto workers move into nursing. Hospitals and universities are teaming up to train students to become nurses in as little as a year, and interest in the programs appears strong.

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