One of our favorite aspects of the nursing profession is the mutual mentoring that we know new nurses and LVNs in California can look forward
Now as we take a step back from the pandemic as vaccinations are on the rise and we start to “open back up” again, there remains a high-level of focus on the profession. The result? More and more people are changing careers or planning future careers by applying to schools throughout the country.
For newly certified LVNs in California or potential students who have recently enrolled in nursing school in Los Angeles, the history of a day recognizing
While the initial weeks of COVID vaccinations got off to a rocky start, the incoming administration is doing its part to make sure that supply
Here at CDI, we’ve been spreading the word about the nursing shortage for a long time. Retiring nurses (often called the “silver tsunami”), an aging
As more and more folks are making the decision to become LVNs in California, the healthcare crisis has loomed over our entire nation. Stories of frontline workers, both in healthcare and other fields, have certainly dominated the narrative on social media and in international news stories.
There has been a compelling argument to make for a long time about the earning potential of LVNs in California. A lot of job data