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  1. REGISTERED NURSE Miranda Tapper

  2. Nature of work • Promote health • Prevent disease • Help patients cope with illnesses • Examinations • Treat patients • Operate machinery

  3. Education and Training -Get a license -Get diploma from approved nursing program -2-3 years of schooling -Chemistry, Nutrition, Psychology, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Behavioral Sciences, and Nursing are the subjects studied. -Bachelor’s degree is available into further studies

  4. QUALIFICATONS Patience Speaking Skills Organization Skills Emotional Stability Critical-thinking Skills

  5. Job Outlook/Future Prospects Employment expected to grow 26% from 2010 to 2020 Average growth is high in hospital settings Growth is expected to be much higher than average in outpatient care centers Employers in some part of the country are having a difficult time on keeping enough RNs. Job opportunities for registered nurses are expected to be excellent

  6. POTENTIAL EARNINGS Median annual wage of nurse in 2010 $64,690 General medical and surgical hospitals;Private- $66,650 Offices of physicians-$62,880 General medical and surgical hospitols;Local-$62,690 Home health care services-$60,690 Nursing care facilities-$58,180

  7. RELATED OCCUPATIONS Dental hygienists Diagnostic medical sonographers EMTs and Paramedics Licensed practical Physician assistants

  8. Grandmothers Occupation LPN-Licensed Practictional Nurse

  9. NATURE OF WORK Monitor patients’ health Keep records on patients’ health Report patients’ status to registered nurses and doctors Discuss health care with patients and listen to their concerns Provide for the basic comfort of patients, such as helping them bathe or dress

  10. EDUCATION AND TRAINING Take an accredited program. Takes one year. Take subjects such as nursing, biology and pharmacology. Take the national Council Licensure Examination. Pass it and get your license to be LPN

  11. QUALIFICATIONS Empathetic and caring Responsible and detail-oriented Being able to be interactive with people. Having patience to deal with sick and injured people Being able to communicate effectively.

  12. JOB OUTLOOK/ FUTURE PROSPECTS Employment expected to grow 22% from 2010-2020. Employment of LPNs in hospitals, physicians' offices, and other healthcare settings. LPNs also will be needed in residential care facilities such as nursing homes and assisted-living centers. large number of licensed practical are expected to retire over the coming decade. Job prospects should be excellent for licensed and experienced LPNs.

  13. POTENTIAL EARNINGS Median annual wage of licensed practical nurses was $40,380 in 2010. Lowest 10 percent earned less than $29,680, and the top 10 percent earned more than $56,010. Median wage is the wage at which half the workers in an occupation earned more than that amount and half earned less. Three fourths of licensed practical nurses worked full time in 2010 may be required to work shifts of long.r than 8 hours.

  14. RELATED OCCUPATIONS Nursing aids, Orderlies, and attendants Occupational Therapists Optometrists Physical therapist Physician Assistants Podiatrist

  15. Great Grandfathers Occupation U.S. Army 1934-1942

  16. NATURE OF WORK Working together with team Good defense Being brave for The freedom of the USA Training for the specific job Doing hands on training

  17. EDUCATION AND TRAINING Bachelor’s Degree GED high school deploma Basic Training US Army will assist you in your efforts on obtaining a college degree by giving you Tuition Assistance of $4,500.00 a year to attend any college/university of your choice

  18. OTHER QUALIFICATON must be a U.S. citizen or resident alien You must be at least 17 -34 years old (17-year old applicants require parental consent). You must pass a physical medical exam Pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude test. (Minimum AFQT Score: 31) Have no more than two dependents.

  19. JOB OUTLOOK/PROSPECTS Opportunities should be excellent for qualified individuals in all branches of the Armed Forces The number of active-duty personnel is expected to remain roughly constant through 2020 About 165,000 personnel must be recruited each year to replace those who complete their commitment or retire Since the end of the draft in 1973, the military has met its personnel requirements with volunteers. Many military personnel retire with a pension after 20 years of service, while they still are young enough to start a new career.

  20. POTENTIAL EARNINGS Depends on ranking and time in service 2 or less years- $1500 for new enlistment Goes up as the years go on Retirement pay is after 20 years of service

  21. RELATED OCCUPATIONS Police Technology Medical Fields

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