Let’s have a heart-to-heart about something that’s touching the world of healthcare in a profound way. If you are a nurse or know someone who is, you’re going to want to sit down and read this.

Our world is thirsting for the healing touch of nurses, as the demand for health care continues to rise. It is often the kindest hearts that feel the heaviest burdens, and with our aging population, this need is only growing. Especially, it seems, in the good ol’ USA.

Picture this, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (yes, those guys who are pretty clued up about this stuff) predict there’ll be around 175,900 nursing positions to fill each year until we hit 2029. It’s like opening a window to an ocean of opportunities, isn’t it? And guess what? It’s not just nationwide – let’s zoom in a bit. Just in Wisconsin, there’s an expected shortfall of about 20,000 nurses by 2035. Down south, sunny Florida is bracing for a whopping shortage of 50,000 nurses by 2030. Now, let’s think about the other 48 states – the magnitude of this problem is starting to become apparent, isn’t it?

Here at Bluevida International, we recognize this challenge, but we also see it as an opportunity. This is where we step in to make a difference. We’re committed to guiding nurses through this process every step of the way, transforming this demand into a chance for growth and development for countless professionals.

In response to this growing need, the Department of Labor is doing its part too – they’ve made the process of obtaining permanent status (yes, we’re talking Green Cards) smoother for nursing professionals. Sponsors, or employers, can now directly petition the Department of Immigration to grant permanent residency to skilled nursing professionals wishing to work in the United States.

If you’re curious and want to know more about the handy details of securing that Green Card, we’ve got you covered. Check out this post [link] where we unravel all that for you.

So, let’s bring it all together, folks. While it may seem like a huge problem, this shortage can also be seen as a silver lining, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for you or someone you know. Imagine moving to the United States, having permanent residency, a stable incomeflexible working hours, and countless more perks that come with nursing in the States. Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? With Bluevida International by your side, we can help make this dream your reality.

Quick facts

👟 Nurses Walk… A LOT : A typical nurse walks around 4-5 miles during a 12-hour shift – that’s almost a whole marathon a week!

🌐 Nursing Specialties Galore : There are over 100 nursing specialties in the U.S. You can be a Flight Nurse, Forensic Nurse, Holistic Nurse, and more.

🎓 The Birthplace of Nurse Practitioners: The first Nurse Practitioner program was established at the University of Colorado in 1965.