Education as a determinant of career retention and job satisfaction among registered nurses.

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PURPOSE To compare job satisfaction and career retention in two cohorts of RNs, those whose highest degrees were the associate degree (AD) or the bachelor's degree (BS) in nursing. DESIGN Survey. METHODS Instruments included a career satisfaction scale and questions based on the ongoing U.S. Health and Retirement Survey. Three-thousand nurses in the U.S… (More)

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@article{Rambur2005EducationAA, title={Education as a determinant of career retention and job satisfaction among registered nurses.}, author={Betty A Rambur and Barbara A. McIntosh and Mary Val Palumbo and Kyndaron S. Reinier}, journal={Journal of nursing scholarship : an official publication of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing}, year={2005}, volume={37 2}, pages={185-92} }