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Nursing Educators Needed STAT

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts approximately 203,700 job openings each year for registered nurses through 2026.* Major educational attainment gaps exist, however, creating a need to train and up-skill the current nurse workforce, in addition to building a future nurse workforce.

To help employers, educators, students and nursing professionals consider the future of the nursing industry, this report provides an overview of current and prospective job openings, compensation, and educational gaps that exist among employed nurses, as well as the top skill sets requested of nurses by employers.

Read the report to learn:

  • The 2026 job market outlook for nursing across six categories
  • How major educational attainment gaps are creating a need to train and up-skill the current nurse workforce
  • How the current gap in nursing educators will affect the nursing industry through 2026
  • How AI & automation are changing the responsibilities and educational requirements of the nursing workforce

To download this SNHU e-book, simply complete the form on this page.

*Employment Projections program, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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