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  1. 1. Kelly Healthcare Resources® is a registered trademark of Kelly Services HEDIS is a registered trademark of National Committee for Quality Assurance An Equal Opportunity Employer © 2015 Kelly Services, Inc. 15-0113 kellyservices.us/healthcare A NEW ERA OF NONTRADITIONAL NURSING ROLES With the right mix of technical skills and soft skills, nurses have diverse and rewarding career paths ahead of them. Visit kellyservices.us/healthcarecareers to discover a world of opportunities in healthcare. NONTRADITIONAL REGISTERED NURSE TITLES: • Occupational health nurses • Case management nurses • HEDIS® nurses • Quality assurance/process improvement nurses • Nurse in-service educators PERKS OF A NURSING CAREER: • Personal satisfaction and growth • Career mobility • Job security • Schedule flexibility • Competitive salaries TOP QUALITIES RECRUITERS LOOK FOR IN NURSES: • Reliability and dependability • Communication skills • Self-direction/self-motivation • Flexibility and adaptability • Positive work ethic Over the next 10 years, the U.S. will need more registered nurses than ever before. In fact, employment of registered nurses is projected to grow 19 percent from 2012 to 2022. There is growing demand for registered nurses outside hospital settings, too—calling for new kinds of nursing roles altogether. Nurses have always been important. But in the battle to deliver preventative care on a grand scale, nontraditional nursing roles are now more important than ever. $65,000 average salary for registered nurses $52,800 average starting salary for nursing graduates $80,000 potential earnings for experienced registered nurses with advanced education NURSING SALARIES: TOP METROPOLITAN AREAS FOR NURSING: THE FUTURE OF NURSING PHILADELPHIA, PA Around 30% of job growth over the next decade will be in these cities NEW YORK/NEW JERSEY LOS ANGELES, CA DALLAS, TX HOUSTON, TX BOSTON, MA CHICAGO, IL ATLANTA, GA PHOENIX, AZ WASHINGTON, D.C. Of them all, Houston, TX is expecting the strongest growth—projecting an increase of 32% between now and 2023 432,000+Within the next ten years, there will be 432,000+ registered nursing jobs available in the U.S. due to an aging population and an increase in long-term care facilities HOSPITALS AND NATIONAL SECURITY Hospitals and national security will dominate in the hiring of nurses 26%The demand for highly skilled nurses will increase 26% by 2020 ¼ are 55+Currently, almost 1/4 of all registered nurses are 55+ years old “Nontraditional nursing careers have emerged due to technological growth and healthcare reform. Areas such as patient safety and quality of care, informatics, behavioral modification, and care coordination have become areas where nursing is at the forefront of integrated care delivery.” — Grace K. Fortuna, EdD, RN, CHES, FAAOHN Chief Clinical Officer, Healthcare Product, Centers of Excellence, Kelly® WANT MORE INFORMATION? Click here to download our ebook, A New Era for Nursing. Sources: http://www.fiercehealthcare.com/story/more-registered-nurses-step-nontraditional-roles/2014-04-28 https://www.son.rochester.edu/prospective-students/why-choose-nursing.html http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes291141.htm http://www.amnhealthcare.com/uploadedFiles/MainSite/Content/Healthcare_Industry_Insights/Industry_ Research/2013_RNSurvey.pdf