February 26, 2016


No doubt you’d be thrilled to never hear another statistic about the Baby Boomer generation. But this one could affect your career—in a most positive way.

Every day, ten thousand people will reach the age of 65. In an interesting twist of demographic fate, the nursing workforce is aging as well. The average age of working nurses today is 47. Do you see where this is going?

By 2025, the nation will likely face a shortage of 250,000 nurses*. You, my friend, are in demand. The world needs nurses. Advanced degrees are becoming increasingly common, in part to meet this evolving need.

What should you do? First, take a moment to enjoy the feeling of job security this news portents. It’s better than putting on a pair of socks just out of the dryer, isn’t it? When you’re done, consider advancing your career through education.

At Regis University, you’ll find advanced and specialized degree programs that can help you make the most of this opportunity. You’ll feel the thrill of pursuing your personal and professional goals simultaneously—learning to use your passion to make a positive impact on the world around you. There are those warm socks again.

If you’re ready to feel the love, apply today. You can also satisfy your curiosity about our programs here.

* Source: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
See http://www.rwjf.org/en/library/research/2010/07/facts-about-the-nursing-workforce.html