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RN jobs in LTC forecast to grow 25% by 2018.

Rebounding from a sluggish economy, registered nursing jobs in long-term care are predicted to rise a healthy 25% from 2008 to 2018, Nursing Spectrum/NurseWeek reported in an article citing statistics from the 2010-2011 edition of the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook.

The fastest-growing RN jobs will be in physician offices (48% growth rate) and home health (33% growth rate), according to federal projections. Hospital jobs will continue to increase as nurses get older and start to retire, but at a slower rate (17%) than other healthcare settings, Nursing Spectrum/NurseWeek repotted.
Average Monthly Rent in the 31 Largest Metro Markets

Property Type Average Monthly Rent YOY Rent Growth
Independent Living $2,705 0.7%
Assisted Living $3,525 0.7%
Nursing Care $262 * 3.2%

As of 2010; MAP31

* Average Daily Rent for Nursing Care

Source: NIC MAP * Data & Analysis Service

The data shown above represents average occupancy rates for all
Independent Living, Assisted Living and Nursing Care Properties
within the 31 largest metro markets.
YOY change represents the yearly change in average occupancy
represented in percentage points.
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