Source: Forbes Magazine, 06.03.09
The 10 Hardest Jobs To Fill In America
If you're looking for work in any of these fields, you're in luck.
The next profession on the list, nursing, also requires an interest in math and science. But that isn't why there's a shortage of nurses. The demand for them is higher than ever because the aging American population needs more and more health care, and advances in medicine are enabling nurses' patients to survive and need treatment longer, while many nurses are reaching retirement age.
Exacerbating the shortage is a lack of educators able to train the next generation. Karen L. Miller, dean of the nursing school at the University of Kansas Medical Center, laments, "If there aren't enough teachers, we can't make more graduates.
Full Article: http://www.forbes.com/2009/06/03/har...mployment.html
The reporter should have interviewed the thousands of unemployed
nurses in the U.S. right now.