Popular Accelerated Nursing Programs the Focus of New Website

March 12, 2014

The new Accelerated–Nursing.com looks at the top accelerated nursing programs around the country and offers potential students helpful resources.

(PRWEB) March 12, 2014

Nursing is one of the few industries that doesn’t depend on the market or the economy to keep steady jobs. In fact, it’s also a career that a person can get into with simply a two-year Associate’s degree and earn a decent living. The popularity of online courses has skyrocketed in recent years, and this too goes for online accelerated nursing programs.

Now, a new site dedicated to helping potential students with accelerated nursing programs has been launched.

“Studies show that the demand for nurses continues to rise in the United States,” said Accelerated-Nursing.com spokesperson Emily Warthen. “Accelerated nursing programs can help students get into the nursing field faster and we show them how.”

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of nurses is expected to grow 19 percent by 2022. In addition, the median annual wage for a nurse was reported to be over $65,000.

The new Accelerated-Nursing.com explores the various types of nursing programs available, such as BSN, LPN, MSN, RN, RN to BSN and second degree nursing programs. In addition, the site offers reviews and information about some of the top accelerated nursing schools in the country, Arizona State, Molloy, Lehman College, Fairfield University, Farleigh-Dickinson, Curry College and much more.

“If someone is seriously considering a career in the nursing field, they must be realistic about the amount of time and experience it takes to get a solid job as a nurse,” said Warthen. “A career in nursing can be incredibly rewarding on both a personal and emotional level, but our site explains that even accelerated nursing programs take some time and a lot of hard work to complete.”

For more information about accelerated nursing programs in your area, please visit Accelerated-Nursing.com today.

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