Chapter Five: The Market

Wallner, Rosemary
January 2000
Licensed Practical Nurse;2000, p37
Book Chapter
The chapter describes the market for licensed practical nurses (LPNs) in the United States and Canada. LPNs can work in the hospital or clinic where they completed their training. They may also work in private homes, government agencies, and schools. In the U.S, LPNs will experience job growth and will have many job opportunities at long-term care facilities. The need for private duty nurses is also expected to grow. LPNs with experience can advance by becoming supervisors.


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