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Retirement Planning for a Secure Future

Minority Nurse

When’s the last time you thought about your retirement finances? ” But ignoring or paying little attention to your financial life before and during retirement will only shortchange you. Nurses, in particular, have situations such as per diem or travel contract work that can impact their savings and retirement plans.

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How Retired Nurses Find Personal Growth Through Travel Nursing

Daily Nurse

So, no matter how much you’ve loved your career as a nurse , everyone retires at some point and takes advantage of the relaxation and reduced stress that comes with it. However, retirement isn’t always what people expect it to be. You can use retirement to discover who you are and why you have that desire.


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Inside Jefferson's push to engage retired nurses

Becker's Hospital Review

Philadelphia-based Jefferson Health is keeping retired more nurses connected to the system through its Nurse Emeritus program.

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Nurse Emeritus Program Re-Engages Retired Nurses

Health Leaders | Nursing

Jefferson Health is re-engaging retired nurses to support its nurses and care teams as they struggle with staffing shortages. The new program offers three roles for retired nurses: Emeritus clinical nurses work at the bedside, are engaged in direct care, and support and mentor clinical nurses, including new-to-practice nurses.

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Exploring Part-Time Travel Nursing for Retired Healthcare Professionals

The Gypsy Nurse

While many people see retirement as the promised land, it’s common to get bored quickly — in fact, one survey found that retirees said retirement was “boring” and “lonely” only a year after stopping work. The Many Benefits of Travel Nursing Why consider travel nursing in retirement?

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The Relentless School Nurse: A School Nurse’s Retirement Poem

The Relentless School Nurse

It is the season to say goodbye to our trusted school nursing colleagues who are retiring. One such team in my school district is coming to its natural conclusion as Lynn, a dear and dedicated school nurse, reached the magic number of 25 and is retiring. Lynn supported Cindy when she began as a novice school nurse seven years ago.

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Nurse Emeritus Combats Staff Shortages by Keeping Retired Nurses Engaged


Jefferson Health, which operates 18 hospitals throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, recently announced it is using the Nurse Emeritus Program to keep retired nurses engaged. Experts believe some 4 million registered nurses will retire by 2030. E-RNs can work fewer hours on a more flexible basis compared to regular staff members. “As