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Employment outlook : the demand for nursing personnel remains strong in South Carolina
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South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium. Office for Healthcare Workforce Analysis and Planning
Most of the future anticipated openings for nursing personnel in South Carolina is being driven by new job growth. Among Registered Nurses, 59% of the projected annual openings are due to new job growth. The same is true for unlicensed, direct care personnel: among those in the occupational group Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides new job growth accounts for 71% of all anticipated annual openings in South Carolina. Among Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants 62% of all jobs are expected to be from new growth. The one nursing occupation where this trend does not hold true is among Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses where the majority of future openings will be driven by replacement needs rather than new growth.
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