Amid industry shortage, aspiring nurses expect plentiful job opportunities and brace for burnout

Carroll University’s Associate Degree in Nursing students gather for classes and lab work at the United Community Center. Crystal Churchill, who went back to school for her nursing degree at age 46, is pictured in the center.
Carroll University’s Associate Degree in Nursing students gather for classes and lab work at the United Community Center. Crystal Churchill, who went back to school for her nursing degree at age 46, is pictured in the center.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit and images of overworked nurses began flooding the news, Rylie Gill had moments of asking herself, “Why am I even doing this?”  Gill, a nursing major at the Milwaukee School…

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