Nursing has evolved and changed over time. It would not be what it is today without many influential and hardworking nurses. While you may know some of the more famous, such as Florence Nightingale or Clara Barton, you may be less familiar with others who impacted the nursing profession.
As the world changes, there will be an increased need for nurses. Many men shy away from joining the nursing profession due to gender stereotypes. According to the latest statistics, of all of the nurses currently on the job, only 5.8% are men. This means that more than 94% of nurses are women.
The economy is one in which male nurses can have a promising career. Over 700,000 jobs in the industry will be available in the next few years. Men typically earn more than $1,100 per week which is a competitive starting salary in today’s job market.
With the recent tragedies we are all unfortunately familiar with there has been an increased interest in mental health. We are starting to pay attention to the conditions that can make daily life a challenge for many. With about 25 percent of American adults reporting moderate to severe mental health issues there is no denying that most who read this infographic are touched by mental health directly or indirectly. Having an increased understanding can help us all to better cope with each other.
The numbers of smartphones we have and the amount of money we spend on them continuously rises.
Something interesting to note is that even though the economy is poor we keep spending money on smartphones. Our spending decreased on clothing, food, and non-phone entertainment, but smartphone related entertainment rose by $67 annually. There are around 700k Android Apps, 600k iPhone Apps, and 100k Windows phone apps.
In 2012 “Nurse” was number 1 in U.S. News Best Jobs of 2012. Nursing is ranked number 1 for new jobs between 2010-2020. In a rocky economy, a career with steady rise of available positions is always attractive. My personal favorite reason why nursing is #1 is that nursing has consistently been ranked as number 1 in honesty and ethical standards by Gallop poll for the past 11 years. I appreciate a profession that’s trustworthy and honest.
The frequent use of digital devices such as tablets, computers, and smartphones can have a negative impact on your health. For example, you eyes can be strained from staring at a computer screen for too long. You can also develop neck and back pain from viewing a tablet at an awkward angle for extended periods of time.
Upgrading to an iPhone 5 is not as simple as handing over $199 and calling it a day. Owning an iPhone 5 is an investment and the total cost of ownership can really add up over time.
If you think about just the cost of accessories for your new iPhone 5, you can quickly add several hundred dollars to the cost of ownership. Yes new charging cables or lightning adapters are going to set you back $30 to $40 a piece. And then you have to think about that data plan and cellular service that goes along with it.