Men choose nursing for intrinsic value, job stability

05/13/2008 | Daily News (New York)

Even though only 6% of U.S. nurses are men, more males are choosing the profession for its reputation of steady work, the desire to help others and a better lifestyle. James Angehr, a New York home health nurse, says one reason he left a 16-year career as a Citigroup computer systems analyst was to trim his commute, and Jorge Prada is studying nursing because he loves "caring for people and helping others."

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