Minorities in the Nursing Industry are on the Rise


minorities in nursing
2000-2008 statistics represented here.

.Over the last decade, the number of minorities employed in the nursing industry has been on the rise. While not quite the representation matching minorities that make up the U.S. population, it is still promising to see these numbers on the rise.

From 2000 to 2015 the total number of minorities in the nursing industry has risen more than 16 percent. At the student level, minorities make up nearly 30 percent of students in all program levels.

The overwhelming need for nurses in the U.S. means that the number of minorities represented in these jobs is likely to grow even more in the next decade. That’s where we come in.

For more than 25 years, CareerKnacks has helped place international nurses with U.S. hospitals at no cost to the nurse. Our goal is to help nurses realize their American dream as quickly and easily as possible.

If you are interested in moving to America to further your nursing career, visit our Licensing page for a list of ways we might be able to help. And if you still have questions, shoot us a message or give us a call. We would love to help you!

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