U.S. News & World Report released its annual "Best Nursing Schools" list, with Johns Hopkins University topping the lists for both master's degrees and doctor of nursing practice degrees. Find out how the nation's top programs ranked.
The United States added 431,000 jobs in March, according to a report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, but the health care industry added just 8,300 jobs, the slowest month of industry job growth since March 2021. See which sectors saw the biggest gains (and losses) on our interactive charts.
With intergenerational teams becoming more common in the workplace, tensions between older and younger workers are on the rise. Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Megan Gerhardt, Josephine Nachemson-Ekwall, and Brandon Fogel offer four steps to embrace generational differences and make them an asset instead of a liability. Advisory Board’s CNO, Carol Boston-Fleischhauer, explains how executives could actually benefit from a millennial mentor.
A significant number of high school students reported experiencing poor mental health or persistent feelings of sadness and hopelessness during the pandemic, according to a new CDC report—adding to growing concerns about a mental health crisis among children and adolescents in the country.
For more than 20 years, a 51-year-old man searched for an explanation behind his strange, debilitating episodes of severe fatigue, Lisa Sanders writes for the New York Times Magazine—but doctors were not able to pinpoint the unusual diagnosis until one of the patient's coworkers made a passing remark that helped unravel the mystery.