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Nurses work with doctors and other health care professionals to provide the care necessary for patients to recover or manage their illnesses. Nurses help doctors during routine and non-routine procedures such as operations. Nurses generally administer medications to patients and really provide the support patients need to keep their spirits up.

Nursing is a very demanding job role that requires one to be level headed, capable of thinking on ones feet, decisive and empathetic to the suffering of others.

Nursing is the largest healthcare occupation and requires at least two years in college however a four-year bachelors degree is preferred. Nurses are required to keep current with the latest procedures and treatments so in many ways it is a profession that requires continuous growth and learning.

Nurses need to be able to work well as part of a team however they should also be able to work well under their own initiative. Nurses need to be quick thinkers and capable of listening and following detailed instructions.

Nursing is a career that will continue to evolve as new technology and treatments become available. Nurses are in high demand in the US and depending on your geographical location the demand can be very high.

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