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The Midwestern state of Ohio plays an important role in the United States elections because of its 20 electoral votes and unpredictable voting tendencies. The state has mothered eight U.S. presidents and is aptly nicknamed Mother of US Presidents. Its other nicknames include; The Buckeye State, Birthplace of Aviation, and The Heart of It All.


Being the neighbor of 6 US states and Canada, Ohio is, indeed, a friendly state with the typical Midwestern charm. It played a vital role during the civil war because of its central location in the North. Today, it is known for its superb business environment. The Site Selection Magazine ranked it as second best business climate in its 2010 business-activity monitoring database.


Having such a strong economy there isn’t a great deal of nursing shortage in Ohio currently and less than 3% is predicted in the future. The Ohio state of Nursing Board should be contacted for legal and licensing procedure.


  • Registered Nurses: 124,790

  • LPN / LVN Employment: 42,250

  • Hourly Wage: $29.67

  • Hourly Wage: $19.41

  • Yearly Wage: $61,710

  • Yearly Wage: $40,370

ohio Nursing News

Jun 11, 2013

One of the biggest nursing homes in Ohio, Carlton Manor, has a large number of sex offenders as patients, which requires the staff to work twice as hard to keep the system running smoothly. Yet the employees were reportedly paid only half of their salary last month and many of them are facing extreme difficulties Read more…