Seventy-Four Percent (74%) of RNs Planning to Remain in Jobs

Seventy-Four Percent (74%) of RNs Planning to Remain in Jobs

Source: American Society of Registered Nurses December 8, 2009 13:30:47


SAN FRANCISCO CA -December 8, 2009 - (ASRN.ORG) --In a national online survey conducted by the American Society of Registered Nurses on December 8, 2009, seventy-four percent (74%) of the Registered Nurses surveyed said they were planning to remain in their present jobs due to the bad economy, while twenty-six percent (26%) of those polled said that the bad economy would not affect their decision to change jobs.

In a national survey conducted on December 8, 2009, 74% said they would "not change jobs" during the bad economy, while 26% polled said that they intended to "change jobs" despite current economic conditions.

This internet survey of 1260 Registered Nurses was conducted on December 8, 2009 by the American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRN). The margin of sampling error for the survey is + / - 4 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence.

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About ASRN: The American Society of Registered Nurses was founded in May, 1974 for the purpose of bringing together professional registered nurses. Today, ASRN has active registered nurse members in all 50 States and four US territories. ASRN brings together nurses from all fields of inquiry, regions, and specializations both inside and outside academe in order to expand the study and practice of nursing, and offer support, representation, education, and distinction to its members. Additional information is available on its web site,

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