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The Wheeling, West Virginia, metropolitan area is home to nearly 2,000 registered nurses (RNs), 600 licensed practical nurses (LPNs), and 700 certified nursing assistants (CNAs). Many of these healthcare professionals earned their degree or certificate at a local college or university. Thankfully, Wheeling has a breadth of nursing programs at highly regarded local schools like Belmont College, West Virginia Northern Community College, Wheeling Jesuit University, and West Liberty University.

The state of Iowa has more than 100,000 nursing professionals. Approximately 4,000 of the state’s nurses live and work in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls metropolitan area. This number includes 2,100 registered nurses (RNs), 1,200 certified nursing assistants (CNAs), and 500 licensed practical nurses (LPNs). Many of these nurses earned their certificate, diploma, or degree at a local school.

With a population of less than 3.6 million, Connecticut is one of the smallest states in the U.S. What’s not so small about the Constitution State is its growing nursing community. Connecticut is home to more than 66,000 nurses working in critical frontline roles like registered nurse (RN), licensed practical nurse (LPN), and certified nursing assistant (CNA).

The Vineland-Bridgeton metropolitan area of New Jersey is home to more than 3,000 nurses. The most common roles are registered nurse (RN), licensed practical nurse (LPN), and certified nursing assistant (CNA). Many of these professionals completed their education at a local nursing school such as Cumberland County College, Vineland Adult Education Center, or Cumberland County Education Center.

Utica, Rome, and the surrounding metropolitan area of upstate New York have a large community of nurses. All told, the region is home to 2,860 registered nurses (RNs), 1,470 licensed practical nurses (LPNs), and 2,330 certified nursing assistants (CNAs). Many of these healthcare professionals earned their certificate, diploma, or degree at a local school.

With a growing population of more than 100,000 residents, Tyler is one of the largest cities in Northeast Texas and is considered the commercial and cultural capital of the region. The city is centrally located, just 98 miles to the east of Dallas and 98 miles to the west of Shreveport. Tyler has been named one of America’s most green cities and one of the nation’s least stressful places to live. For all of these reasons, the city is a phenomenal place to start a nursing career.

If you would like to become a nurse in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the first step is to decide which program matches your goals. For example, aspiring registered nurses (RNs) can pursue one of four pathways: a hospital diploma, an associate’s degree in nursing (ADN), a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN), or a direct-entry master of science in nursing (MSN). All four pathways prepare candidates to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN), a requirement for licensure.

New York State has more than 340,000 licensed nurses working across a broad range of healthcare settings. There are numerous hospitals, clinics, physician’s offices, surgery centers, nursing homes, and long-term care facilities in every corner of the state. Head to Troy, New York, and you’ll find hundreds of nurses working at local facilities like St. Mary’s Hospital, Samaritan Hospital, Albany Memorial Hospital, and Stratton VA Medical Center.

The metropolitan area of Topeka, Kansas, has more than 6,000 licensed nursing professionals. The vast majority fall into one of three common nursing roles: registered nurse (RN), licensed practical nurse (LPN), and certified nursing assistant (CNA). These healthcare professionals often earned their certificate, diploma, or degree at a local school, like Washburn University or Washburn Institute of Technology.