Nurses In Demand

Nurses In Demande

Nurses In Demand

New Brunswick-PNP

Internationally educated nurses are highly demanded in the province of New Brunswick.
At present, 41% of registered nurses in New Brunswick are over 50 years of age.  Combined with declining enrolment in the province’s bachelor of nursing programs and an attrition rate of 30% for nursing students, the province has a shortage of at least 130 registered nurses EACH YEAR over the next 10 years.
“This means that by 2028 there could be a deficit of approximately 1,300 RNs in the New Brunswick health-care system,” the document notes.
During this same period, it is estimated that 4,376 RN jobs will open.
Even though no details were mentioned as to how Internationally educated nurses may be selected or what immigration program would be used to recruit them, the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program announced that it will conduct occasional searches of the federal Express Entry pool for skilled candidates who meet the province’s labour.
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