Many nursing jobs, but only the strong need apply
Los Angeles Times, April 27, 2009
Filling open nursing positions is no easy task for hospital administrators these days, and there's every chance the job will get tougher. Although the economic downturn has helped some hospitals as many nurses increase their hours and postpone retirement, experts say that any lull in shortages is temporary.
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