male nurses

Oct
19

MALE RNs EARN MORE THAN THEIR FEMALE PEERS

Even though male RNs are only 8 to 10% percent in the nursing workforce compared to the number of their female counterparts, they have an edge to brag about – their salaries. According to a Medscape report, male nurses make an average 7 percent more than their female peers ($6,000 per year). Medscape invited registered […]

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Sep
21

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING RECOGNIZED BEST SCHOOL OF NURSING BY THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF MEN

Diversity in nursing is a great area of focus to increase more nursing aspirants not just in hospitals but also in learning institutions. In a news release, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing was named AAMN Best School of Nursing by the American Association of Men in Nursing. In informing VUSN of the honor, the AAMN […]

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Jun
20

MALE NURSES EARN MORE THAN $6,000+ COMPARED TO FEMALE COUNTERPARTS

The female dominated nursing industry has now men to tap the workforce, with their high salary they’ll be much eager to join in as nursing professionals. In an article, a new Nursing Salary Research Report, which included registered nurses from all 50 states stated that, male nurses earn more than $6,000 more a year compared […]

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Apr
17

GENDER ROLE IN NURSING NOW DIVERSIFIES

The female-dominated nursing role is now expanding its definition for more male nurses too. With today’s demand for more nurses and the changing economy, a growing male presence in the nursing field is a one great way to improve the growth of healthcare. Quoted in an article, the U.S. Census Bureau said, “Men were a […]

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