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Thank you to all nurses who are changing lives everyday ❤️
If you’re looking to land your first nursing job or find a better paying position, use these tips to stand out in the job market. Link in bio!
Out with the old and in with the new! New worksite colors will make it even easier to customize your favorite calendar app.
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Learn more on the blog! Link in bio.
Our hearts go out to everyone affected by #HurricaneFlorence. Stay safe, community.
Yesterday we asked, what advice do you wish you could have given yourself as a nursing student? 
For #NationalDayofEncouragement we’re highlighting advice & encouragement from our nurse community. Thank you @theresumerx for sharing!
We know of our community of 500,000+ nurses using NurseGrid have a lot of wisdom from their experiences. Share yours below:
NurseGrid recognizes and appreciates the labor you do. In honor of Labor Day, we’re giving away our popular rainbow compression socks! 
To enter: repost this image, tag @nursegrid and use the #NurseGrid hashtag. Winners will be announced next week!
Thank you @teanne_21 for telling us why you love #NurseGrid! You're the final winner of our popular compression socks 🙌
Even with hospitals spending billions on strategies to attract & retain staff - the nursing industry has one of the highest turnover rates. Check the new infographic to learn more! Link in bio ☝️
Did you know July was International Group B Strep Awareness Month? Our new #NurseGridBlog post is all about educating nurses & patients about the dangers of Group B Strep. Link in bio ☝️
Thank you, @sonrisa_pezzy for telling us why you love #NurseGrid! You're the 2nd winner of our popular compression socks 🧦

We will be posting our final winner this week. Stay tuned 👏
7 lives are saved when patient load is reduced from 6 to 4. See the #NurseGridBlog post to learn more about patient safety. Link in bio!