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Are you a skilled nurse interested in seeing a different side of your field? Are you looking for opportunities to continue your education? Maybe it’s time you transition into one of the many pulmonary nurse jobs available on our job board.

Pulmonary nursing positions get you involved in specialized care for patients suffering from illnesses such as tuberculosis, emphysema, lung cancer, COPD and asthma. Because pulmonary nurses work both in critical care situations and in the rehabilitation and recovery process, pulmonary nurse jobs require an Associate of Science in Nursing degree or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, as well as a critical care certification.

As the population grows older, the need for nurses has increased at an astounding rate. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that between 2008 and 2018, there will be a 26 percent growth in available nursing jobs. Combine this statistic with the fact that, according to the American Lung Association, there are more than 370,000 new lung cases each year, and it’s no wonder the availability of pulmonary nursing positions is so high. Because pulmonary nurse jobs are so in-demand, nurses can often choose their work setting (hospital, long-term residential care facilities, home health) and their status as either full or part time.

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