In some parts of Minnesota, 40 unemployed people per job opening.
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From chief economics correspondent Chris Farrell The clock is ticking on a potential Twin Cities nurses strike on July 6. The hospitals and nurses haven’t been able to come to an agreement. A major sticking point in the negotiations is that the nurses union want hospitals to limit the number of patients nurses are required Read more →
Which Minnesota schools graduate the most RNs?
The nation’s biggest supplier of two-year degree nurses?
What happens when extended federal jobless benefits end and people still need them?
Is the recession spawning entrepreneurs? Is Minnesota missing out?
Should graduates of two year nursing programs be concerned about job prospects?
Normally upbeat Realtors worry about how long this tough real estate market will last.
What does data on RNs passing a key exam tell us about the supply of new nurses?
A deeper data look at the question: Are Minnesota colleges supplying more nurses than the market can handle?