Nurses Are Quitting in Droves, but Schools Report Higher Program Enrollment

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Nurses Are Quitting in Droves, but Schools Report Higher Program Enrollment

Nurses across the U.S. burned out by the COVID-19 pandemic are quitting their jobs or leaving hospitals for traveling nurse positions that pay more, but nursing schools report higher enrollment in the programs.

According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, enrollment in the U.S. for bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral nursing programs increased 5.6 percent in 2020 from the year before to just over 250,000 students.

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Emma Champlin, a first-year nursing student at Fresno State now doing clinical studies in a COVID-19 ward, said the stress for both nurses and students can be sometimes overwhelming.

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