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Nursing Schools & Colleges in Arizona

Arizona is another name for natural beauty like mountains, deserts and amazing sceneries. Arizona is undeniably a wonderful place to live. One can enjoy Barringer Meteorite Crater and Grand Canyon, by living in Arizona. For all those individuals who are interested in starting their career as nurses there is great news. In Arizona the demand of nurses is expected to grow because of the development seen in medical industry. It is also expected that there will be a need of 45000 – 55000 nurses in the same state. This is a great chance for those guys and girls who want to start their career as nurses. Currently there are 38,000 – 40,000 nurses working in Arizona. Annual mean wage of a nurse is approximately $67,000/-. The population of this state is also expected to grow and then this place will definitely need more medical care resulting increased need of nurses (male and female).


In Arizona registered Nurses are in high demand because of multiple hospitals, clinics and health care centers. In cities Phoenix, Tucson and Yuma there is a great need of RNs. Nurses can easily find educational and professional growth in Arizona easily.

  • Registered Nurses: 44,710

  • LPN / LVN Employment: 7,590

  • Hourly Wage: $34.78

  • Hourly Wage: $24.25

  • Yearly Wage: $72,340

  • Yearly Wage: $50,450

arizona Nursing News

Jul 24, 2013

Classroom engagement gauges a student’s comfort and enthusiasm in a course of study. Whether it’s nursing education or any field that requires students to attend classes at a brick and mortar school campus, they can’t be expected to perform well unless they understand the language of instruction.   A 50 year-old nursing student, Terri Bennett, Read more…