Our grads more flightless than Kiwis
Australians are happier to stay home for work compared with nurses over the ditch. By Fiona Cassie
More than a quarter of New Zealand's new graduate nurses were working or intending to work overseas compared with just 12 per cent of Australian graduates, a snapshot Trans-Tasman survey has found. The different job-hunting trends were revealed in the first published findings of the Graduate e-cohort Study, which has been surveying graduates from the University of Queensland and the three New Zealand university nursing schools since 2009. The recent article, 'A glimpse of the future nursing workforce' by lead researcher Associate Professor Annette Huntington and her team was published in the...
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