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The 10 Highest-Paying Jobs That Don’t Require A Bachelor's Degree

According to the BLS, nurses can launch their careers either with a bachelor’s degree in nursing science, an associate’s degree in nursing, or certification from an accredited nursing program. No matter the chosen route one takes, all nurses must receive state-issued licensing and pass the National Council Licensure Examination.

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Have you ever considered a career as a health care professional? Getting a master's degree in nursing can help open up a myriad of doors for you, and the professional and personal benefits are endless. The University of San Fransisco put together the below infographic to help you figure out if a master's in nursing is right for you.

Have you ever considered a career as a health care professional? Getting a master's degree in nursing can help open up a myriad of doors for you, and the professional and personal benefits are endless. The University of San Fransisco put together the below infographic to help you figure out if a master's in nursing is right for you.

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