You can take a nurse out of scrubs, but they just won’t stop trying to heal. Retired nurses can’t help
themselves – you’ll find them substituting as school nurses, staffing flu shot clinics, they’ve
even been caught bandaging bruised produce in the grocery store.
The number of retirees is growing rapidly – nearly 700,000
are projected to leave the workforce by 2024. Which is a big number, particularly since total employment of RNs and
APRNs will increase by a mere
jobs during the same period. Simple math proves that we’re in store for a shortage.
What’s another word for shortage? Ah, yes. Opportunity.
If you’re thinking about earning your nursing credentials, or considering a move into the field, there’s
absolutely no time better than the present. You see, you’ve found yourself in the extremely enviable position
of being in high demand - which might make your lawyer friends jealous. (Try not to rub it in too much, they get
If this opportunity sounds more appealing than the gravitational pull of your couch, might we suggest joining Regis
University at our next rendition of Nursing Night
Out? It’s an evening designed for nurses and aspiring nurses alike, complete with food, beverages and Regis’ nursing
faculty who will be on hand to answer your education questions.
Join Regis at Comida at The Source on Wednesday, May 10th from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. Here’s your way to RSVP:
nursingnightout.com. Or if you just can’t wait that long,
start your application
or reach out to one of our admissions