Demand for nurses high in Orlando, Fla.

Metropolitan Orlando is experiencing a shortage in nurses, even as the unemployed rate in the area climbs. The state will face a shortage of 18,400 nurses by 2010 and more than 52,200 nurses in a decade, according to the Florida Center for Nursing. Academic and health care officials say it is important to increase the number of nursing graduates and to find ways to make them stay in the region after graduation to meet the growing demand.

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