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Severe national nursing shortage

Registered nurses are, on average, 47 years-old in the United States and that number is on the rise. Despite the shortage, pay in the field remains relatively low. The solution lies increase government spending on nursing education, increase salaries, and improve conditions in our nation’s hospital. Shortages are often blamed for the problems in our state of Illinois nursing home abuse and Illinois medical malpractice.

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