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Finding Nurses Through Expert Recruitment

Tier2Tek Staffing stands at the forefront of connecting qualified nurses with healthcare facilities in need of staffing, recruitment, and direct hire placement services. Our dedicated team works tirelessly to match hiring managers and job seekers in the nursing field, ensuring a seamless integration of skills and requirements.



The Tier2Tek Approach to Nurse Recruitment

Our recruitment agency utilizes a comprehensive strategy to identify and place top nursing talent. Through a blend of advanced technology and personalized interaction, we ensure that each placement is a perfect match for both parties. Our staffing solutions cater to a wide range of nursing specialties, ensuring that healthcare facilities can maintain the highest levels of patient care.

  • Precision matching of skills and facility needs
  • Extensive network of nursing professionals
  • Commitment to timely and efficient placement processes
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Why Choose Tier2Tek Staffing?

Choosing Tier2Tek Staffing means partnering with a leader in nurse recruitment. Our approach is distinct and results-driven, offering unparalleled support to both healthcare facilities and job-seeking nurses.

  • Robust Screening Process: Every candidate undergoes a thorough assessment to ensure they meet the high standards expected by healthcare providers.
  • Innovative Matching Technology: Utilize cutting-edge technology to match the skills and preferences of nurses with the needs of healthcare facilities, leading to higher satisfaction rates and retention.
  • Speed and Efficiency: Our streamlined processes ensure that vacancies are filled quickly without compromising on the quality of candidates, helping to reduce downtime and maintain high levels of patient care.
  • Dedicated Support: Our team provides ongoing support to both employers and nurses, ensuring a smooth transition and successful placement.

Seamless Nurse Staffing Solutions by Tier2Tek

Registered Nurse (RN) Staffing Icon

Registered Nurse (RN)

Provides and coordinates patient care, educates patients about various health conditions, and offers advice and emotional support to patients and their families.

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)/Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) Staffing Icon

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)/Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)

Provides basic nursing care under the direction of RNs, surgeons, and physicians, such as measuring vital signs and administering medications.

Nurse Practitioner (NP) Staffing Icon

Nurse Practitioner (NP)

Diagnoses and treats acute and chronic conditions, prescribes medications, and can serve as a patient’s primary healthcare provider.

Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) Staffing Icon

Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS)

An advanced practice nurse who focuses on improving patient outcomes and nursing practices in a specialized area of medicine.

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Staffing Icon

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Provides hands-on care and performs routine tasks under the supervision of nursing and medical staff.

Critical Care Nurse Staffing Icon

Critical Care Nurse

Provides care to patients with serious, complex, and acute illnesses or injuries that require very close monitoring and treatment.

Emergency Room Nurse Staffing Icon

Emergency Room Nurse

Specializes in treating patients who are experiencing acute injury or illness in an emergency department setting.

Operating Room (OR) Nurse Perioperative Nurse Staffing Icon

Operating Room (OR) Nurse/Perioperative Nurse

Works with surgical patients and provides care before, during, and after surgery.

Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Staffing Icon

Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)

Provides comprehensive healthcare to patients across all ages and stages of life, focusing on disease prevention, health education, and primary care.

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Geriatric Nursing

Specializes in providing care for older adults, addressing their unique health needs and challenges.

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Labor and Delivery Nurse

Assists women during childbirth, monitoring the baby and the mother, coaching mothers, and assisting doctors.

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Neonatal Nurse

Cares for newborns who are born premature or sick, providing specialized treatment and support during the first weeks of life.

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Oncology Nurse

Specializes in caring for patients undergoing or recovering from cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy and radiation.

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Pediatric Nurse

Provides medical care for children from birth to adolescence, including routine health care as well as the treatment of illnesses and injuries.

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Psychiatric Nurse

Works with patients suffering from mental health issues or disorders, providing counseling, medication administration, and crisis intervention.

Public Health Nurse Staffing Icon

Public Health Nurse

Works within communities to improve overall health, advocating for healthcare equity and accessibility.

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School Nurse

Provides healthcare for students in educational settings, from elementary schools to colleges.

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Travel Nurse

Takes short-term positions in hospitals and other healthcare settings across the country or internationally, filling gaps in areas with nursing shortages.

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Nurse Educator

Works primarily in academic settings, teaching nursing students and practicing nurses through lectures and hands-on instruction.

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Nurse Midwife (Certified Nurse-Midwife, CNM)

Provides care and support to women during pregnancy, labor, and childbirth, as well as gynecological exams, family planning, and postpartum care.

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Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)

Specializes in providing anesthesia and related care before, during, and after surgical, therapeutic, diagnostic, and obstetrical procedures.


Key Insights into the Nursing Labor Market

The nursing labor market is characterized by significant challenges and opportunities that are shaping the healthcare landscape in the United States. Here are some pivotal facts and metrics:

  • Rising Demand: Nursing ranks as one of the most in-demand professions, exacerbated by an aging population and increased healthcare needs. The demographic shift, particularly the growth of the population over 65, is driving up the demand for healthcare services, putting pressure on the healthcare system to provide adequate care​​.
  • Retirement Wave: A considerable portion of the nursing workforce is nearing retirement age, with nearly half of all registered nurses over the age of 50. This retirement wave is expected to result in the retirement of over one million RNs by 2030, significantly impacting the availability of experienced nursing professionals​​.
  • Educator Shortage: The shortage of nurse educators is exacerbating the situation, with over 80,000 qualified nursing school applicants turned away in 2020 due to insufficient faculty, clinical sites, classroom space, and budget. This bottleneck limits the number of new nurses entering the workforce​​.
  • Geographical Disparities: The impact of the nursing shortage varies significantly across states, with some facing acute shortages while others project surpluses. California, for example, is projected to face the largest shortfall, whereas Florida anticipates a surplus of RNs by 2030. Rural areas are particularly affected due to a lower concentration of RNs serving these communities​​​​.
  • Employment Projections: The overall employment in the U.S. is projected to grow by almost 4.7 million jobs from 2022 to 2032, with healthcare and social assistance sectors driving much of this growth. This indicates a continuing demand for nursing professionals in the coming years, highlighting the critical need for strategic interventions to address the nursing shortage and training capacity​​.

Recent News on Nurse Labor Market

1. Trends Affecting Nursing and Healthcare in 2023

NurseJournal.org highlights several trends expected to influence nursing and healthcare in 2023, emphasizing the growing technological advancements, the critical focus on nurses’ mental health, and the increasing use of wearable medical devices. The demand for nursing staff is projected to rise due to a significant nursing shortage exacerbated by a shortfall of nursing faculty and an aging nursing workforce. Innovative solutions, including increased funding and reliance on travel nursing, are being explored to address these challenges​​.

2. The Intensifying Nursing Shortage

A report featured on Fierce Healthcare indicates that the nursing shortage is expected to worsen in the next 18 months, with 92% of nurse leaders surveyed predicting an intensification of the labor shortage. The shortage is attributed to an aging nursing population, the pandemic’s strain, and insufficient numbers of new nurse graduates due to educational bottlenecks like lack of faculty and clinical training sites. Strategies for retention and addressing the shortage include exploring alternative care models and ensuring a safe working environment for nurses​​.

3. The Future Registered Nurse Workforce Post-COVID-19

Projecting into the future, a study found in JAMA suggests that the nursing workforce, after taking a hit during the pandemic, is expected to recover in the following years, with projections estimating the number of registered nurses to reach 4.56 million by 2035. This recovery aligns with pre-pandemic forecasts and reflects efforts to address the nursing shortage and adapt to the changing healthcare landscape​​.

Sources:

Employment Projections Home Page : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (bls.gov)
The U.S. Nursing Shortage: A State-by-State Breakdown | NurseJournal.org
The 2021 American Nursing Shortage: A Data Study (usa.edu)
Nursing shortage looms large and projected to intensify in next 18 months: report | Fierce Healthcare