Too many law graduates and not enough jobs #why #law #school

Posted On Dec 26 2017 by

#law graduate jobs # Too many law graduates and not enough jobs What law grads can learn from photocopying The number of law graduates has reached a record high with 14,600 graduates entering a legal jobs market comprising just 66,000 solicitors. The number of domestic bachelor and post-graduate law finishers in 2014 was up by more than 1200, or 9 per cent, year-on-year, The Australian Financial Review analysis of university course data shows. This outstripped the average 4 per cent growth in the number of practicing solicitors across the country. The increase continues to be driven by the popularity of …


Online Dialysis Nursing Degree Courses & Programs for RNs #how #many #years #is #a #masters

Posted On Sep 18 2017 by

# Dialysis Labs Need Nephrology Nurses Seeking Close Patient Relationships Rewarding Work with Long-Term Patients Dialysis nurses report a high level of job satisfaction, and are especially rewarded by their patients. Dialysis patients tend to be long-term or die while in the care of dialysis or nephrology nurses. Nephrology nurses specialize in kidney failure patients, a brand of acute care patient with long-term and ultimately life-threatening conditions. Many nurses, including LPNs and RNs, are employed in dialysis labs where patients come regularly for renal dialysis. Dialysis cleanses the blood when the kidneys are no longer able to perform this function. …


Car Crashes Kill 40, 000 in U #how #many #people #die #from #car #accidents #each

Posted On Aug 15 2017 by

# Car Crashes Kill 40,000 in U.S. Every Year Imagine a plane full of people crashing, killing everyone on board, every single day. That’s how many people die on America’s roads daily, says the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. “Motor vehicle crashes in the United States result in more than 40,000 deaths per year,” says the Institute in the journal Injury Prevention. “That is, on each of the 6,209 consecutive days included in this study, an equivalent of a plane load or more of people died on the roads.” But not all days are alike. Weekends are worse than weekdays, …


Non-nursing major graduate wants DNP! #dnp #programs, #doctor #of #nursing #practice, #nurse #practitioners, #rn-dnp, #program,

Posted On Aug 2 2017 by

# Non-nursing major graduate wants DNP! The Entry Level programs prepare students in unrelated fields by the way, hence Entry. So yes, they do allow students to jump right into nursing school and start preparing for a nursing career, just as long as you have certain pre-requisites, which I do. (Just to be clear about the fact that I WOULD be going to a nursing school) Stang mentioned going for a ADN first. I don’t recommend that. If your grades are good enough go for either an ABSN or ELM. The job market is tough. You need a BSN minimum …


Too many law graduates and not enough jobs #washington #state #laws

Posted On May 18 2017 by

#law graduate jobs # Too many law graduates and not enough jobs What law grads can learn from photocopying The number of law graduates has reached a record high with 14,600 graduates entering a legal jobs market comprising just 66,000 solicitors. The number of domestic bachelor and post-graduate law finishers in 2014 was up by more than 1200, or 9 per cent, year-on-year, The Australian Financial Review analysis of university course data shows. This outstripped the average 4 per cent growth in the number of practicing solicitors across the country. The increase continues to be driven by the popularity of …


Too Many Law Students, Too Few Legal Jobs #work #laws

Posted On May 16 2017 by

#law students # The New York Times Too Many Law Students, Too Few Legal Jobs By STEVEN J. HARPER August 25, 2015 WILMETTE, Ill. — Ten months after graduation, only 60 percent of the law school class of 2014 had found full-time long-term jobs that required them to pass the bar exam. Even that improvement over the class of 2013 (a 57 percent employment rate) came with three asterisks: Last year, the American Bar Association changed the job-reporting rules to give law schools an extra month for the class of 2014 to find jobs; graduates employed in law-school-funded positions count …


Too Many Law Students, Too Few Legal Jobs #law #studies

Posted On Apr 8 2017 by

#law students # The New York Times Too Many Law Students, Too Few Legal Jobs By STEVEN J. HARPER August 25, 2015 WILMETTE, Ill. — Ten months after graduation, only 60 percent of the law school class of 2014 had found full-time long-term jobs that required them to pass the bar exam. Even that improvement over the class of 2013 (a 57 percent employment rate) came with three asterisks: Last year, the American Bar Association changed the job-reporting rules to give law schools an extra month for the class of 2014 to find jobs; graduates employed in law-school-funded positions count …