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Brian Clark Career Write Up
 

Brian Clark Career Write Up

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This is my career outlook.

This is my career outlook.

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    • Brian ClarkACA 115 OL1
      Sources used: Bureau of Labor
      Job Title: Registered Nurse
    • Nature of Work
      According to the Bureau of Labor, the nature of this job is as follows:
      “The position is responsible for treating patients, educating patients, and the public about various medical conditions, and provides advice and emotional support to patients’ family members. Registered Nurse’s record patients’ medical histories and symptoms and help perform diagnostic tests and analyze results, operate medical machinery, administer treatment and medications, and help with patient follow- up and rehabilitation.”
    • Working Conditions
      According to the Bureau of Labor, the working conditions are as follow:
      “Works in well-lighted, comfortable health care facilities. Home health and public health nurses travel to patients’ homes, schools, community centers, and other sites. Registered Nurses may spend considerable time walking, bending, stretching, and standing. Patients in hospitals and nursing care facilities require 24 hour care; consequently, nurses in these institutions may work nights, weekend, and holidays. ”
    • Employment (Where are the jobs)
      According to the Bureau of Labor, hospitals, office of physicians, home health care services, nursing home facilities, outpatient care centers, and etc.
    • Training, Qualifications, and Advancements
      According to the Bureau of Labor, three major educational paths to registered nursing are a bachelor’s degree, an associate degree, and a diploma from an approved nursing program.
    • Job Outlook
      According to the Bureau of Labor, overall jobs opportunities for Registered Nurses re expected to be excellent, but May very by employment and geographic setting.
    • Earnings
      According to the Bureau of Labor here are the figures for people I this field;
      Employment services $64,260
      General medical and surgical hospitals $58,550
      Home health care services $54,190
      Offices of physicians $53,800
      Nursing care facilities $52,490
       
    • Related Occupations
      According to the Bureau of Labor, after doing job search in the Registered Nurses field, jobs included being licensed practical nurses, physicians and surgeons, athletic trainers, respiratory therapist, message therapist, dietitians and nutritionists, occupational therapists, physical therapist and emergency medical technicians and paramedics.