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What would be the concrete incentives when you had Masters Degree MAN, compared to those who doesn't have? Undergoing Masters, does this mean that there would be a higher chance of hiring from hospitals?
In the US, there are an increasing number of jobs that are only available to master's prepared nurses. For nurse practitioners, a master's degree is currently the entry level credential for practice - this will increase to DNP very soon. For staff nurse jobs, experience & certifications are probably be more important than having an MSN.