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Nurses Ranked as the Most Honest, Ethical Professionals for 14th Straight Year

February 12, 2016 | By inscol@admin

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Ethics in a Workplace

Workplace ethics is a vital part of an occupation that can help an organization to be lucrative. A major part to workplace ethics is the integrity of its employees. Going above and beyond, one’s duty is another major aspect when it comes to workplace ethics. Profession of nursing is one in which they work with mentally as well as physically challenged patients and they retain higher degree of integrity compared to employees in other jobs.

Survey for Selection of Most Ethical Profession

Nurses have topped Gallup’s Morality and Ethics ranking each year since they were augmented to the list in 1999. Selection procedure is done through a survey, which was done by Gallup’s poll through telephone interviews conducted during December 8 to 11, 2014, with a random sample of 805 adults, aged 18 and older, living in all of the 50 U.S. states and in the District of Columbia. These samples of grownups include a minimum quota of 50% mobile phone respondents and 50% landline users, with additional minimum quotas by time zone within region. Landline and cellular telephone numbers are selected using random-digit-dial methods.

So, Why One Should Pursue Nursing?

Helping people – People, who are interested in becoming a nurse, should have an appetite for helping those in need. You’ll help patients by taking care of their requirements and help Doctors to provide the best treatment possible.

Job security – The state of the economy doesn’t matter as people still get sick, and nurses will always be in high demand. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a 26 percent job surge by 2020, which is a huge prospect for those who are keen to take it.

Variety on duty – Nurses are always needed across the country for a range of age groups. Love working with children? You have the option of specializing in neonatal or pediatric care or if you feel comfortable around elderly, you can also pursue a career in geriatric home care nurse. The possibilities are endless for this profession.

One of the leading institution for nursing education, INSCOL, in partnership with Leading Universities/Colleges in Canada/UK/USA/AUS/NZ, offers over 20 specialized Nursing Programs that are designed to enhance the knowledge and expertise of Nurses and help them transform into Global Nurses. For more such tips and information on nursing profession, you can keep exploring INSCOL Blogs. Moreover, if you want to study and work abroad, you can find detailed information at Inscol.com.

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