All Nursing Schools Offers Continuing Education Resources

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All Nursing Schools delves into nursing continuing education to provide both prospective nursing students and nurses looking to further their education an overview of continuing education career and school opportunities.

With the current nursing shortage and demand for qualified nurses, continuing nursing education not only provides nursing career advancement opportunities and updated industry expertise, it also provides a gateway to a thriving nursing career. All Nursing Schools now offers a Nursing Continuing Education Resource Center to help students learn more about the benefits of nursing continuing education, as well as to provide access to both online and campus-based program providers.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects substantial employment growth for nurses at all levels, such as a 23 percent increase for registered nurses by 2016—making this an excellent time to either start or advance a nursing career. Nurse practitioners (NPs), licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and registered nurses (RNs) alike will find the Continuing Education Resource Center a helpful resource for their nursing career-catered needs.

The resource center gives students and nurses insight into how to get a raise, promotion or added career expertise through continuing nursing education. It also gives a detailed look at what kinds of continuing nursing education courses are needed for each type of program—all outlined to create a one-stop shopping center for nurses, or the "heartbeat of health care."

For those interested in a rewarding nursing career, the Nursing Continuing Education Resource Center offers a myriad of career opportunities. Product manager Herman Chiang comments: "Continuing education is critical in a nurse's career development as students can improve skill-sets, acquire new ones, and increase their overall marketability for nursing positions. Educating our nurses ultimately leads to a higher level of health care across the board, which we think is a very good thing for the community. Through this new Continuing Education Resource Center, our intent is to better bridge our prospective students with the educations providers." All Nursing Schools serves the nursing community once again with this informative, and free, online resource and schools directory.

About All Nursing Schools
All Nursing Schools is a comprehensive online publisher of accredited nursing degree programs and nursing career resources. Since 2001, All Nursing Schools has been helping match millions of highly qualified prospective students with the schools that best meet their educational needs. All Nursing Schools strives to be the finest resource available to prospective students and nurses, and is one of several unique Web sites owned by All Star Directories, Inc.

About All Star Directories
All Star Directories, Inc. is one of the Internet's fastest growing publishers of online and career school directories, matching millions of highly qualified prospective students with the schools that best meet their education needs. Recently, Inc. Magazine ranked All Star among the fastest growing companies in the country, and the Puget Sound Business Journal has recognized the company as one of Washington State's fastest growing companies for five consecutive years. From leading research institutions to fast-growing online and for-profit schools, nearly 6,000 featured schools trust All Star Directories as the authority in online student recruitment. The All Star network of sites focuses on a wide range of fields, including All Allied Health Schools, All Art Schools, All Business Schools, All Education Schools, All Psychology Schools, All Criminal Justice Schools, All Computer Schools and All Nursing Schools. Please visit http://www.AllStarDirectories.com or call 1-888-404-8043 for more information.

Press Contact:
Dana Pake
Corporate Communications Manager
(888) 404-8043 x7509
danap(at)allstardirectories.com

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