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For Maryland nursing students, job prospects are bright (access required)

After students are accepted into one of Johns Hopkins School of Nursing programs, faculty invite them back to the school to prepare for their upcoming training. In the midst of these preparations, Marie Nolan, a professor and vice dean at the school, typically asks students what made them choose nursing. Nursing students already have their bachelor’s degree and ...

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