Nurses in Florida face difficulties and have opportunities that nurses in other states simply don't need to worry about. Florida is second only to California in the number of nurses and projects to have the greatest shortage of any state over the next ten years.
That means that while nurses in Florida face unprecedented pressure at work, as there are too few nurses for each patient and turnover at the position means lots of inexperienced colleagues, but opportunities to grow in the profession through further education and careful consideration of job opportunities are also at a high.
That's a lot going on in Florida, and we've brought together a set of interested bloggers to help guide you through the maze of experiences and opportunities. In fact, over 75,000 nurses in Florida read our blog each week.
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