In the news: Recession, retention seal new graduates’ positions

Stressed Out Nurses Weekly, January 12, 2009

Tucson (AZ) Medical Center (TMC) is turning several job-seeking new graduates away despite spending $10,000-$30,000 on each candidate’s education.

Prior to May 2008, the nurse-needy facility agreed to fund 27 nursing students’ college education, which in turn contracted the students to work at TMC for two years after graduation.

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