Anthony Medical Center is approximately the same in all age groups. The largest group of admission are those ages 0 to 64 years, with the majority of those patients are under 44 years. This data suggests the possibility of increased poverty in St. Anthony’s service area and patients that have less access to care (CDC, 2017). For patients over 65 years, there is fluctuations in admissions that is suggestive of a higher readmission rate for this group of patients. Readmission are a concern for organizations since in 2010, CMS began finically penalizing hospitals for readmission within 30-days of discharge.
If these statistics have been true for the past decade, there should be more women in higher roles in the workplace. There are still many more men bosses than women although more women earn Bachelor’s degrees. Recently, “women are being cleared to play a greater role in combat — and vie for thousands of jobs — after the military conducted an internal review of how they might perform in artillery, armor and infantry roles” (Chappell). Although it is great that women are now going to be able to have roles in combat, it took many years for them to reach these roles. Since the 1970’s, women have been able to attend service academies.
Research shows that there are a large amount of nurses that are near or at the retirement age. This could lead to a dramatic decrease in nurses and possibly a nurse shortage. However, even though there is a large amount of older nurses presently in the field, there are a growing number of young nurses. This creates an intergenerational team of young and old nurses that could be very beneficial to hospitals. The older nurses would be able to pass down their knowledge and tips to younger nurses, allowing them to obtain years of knowledge/experiences just by learning from the older nurses.
People with a college education have better job opportunities, earn more money, and develop skills that can never be taken away, grow in many ways, and more. We really should consider the idea of going and graduating from college because in he end college is worth it
I also think special programs in not just colleges but in high school as well are a good idea. I would be very beneficial if in high schools started having programs for African Americans to look at their future and help prepare them for college. This would help lead more kids into getting into the college of their choice as
Gender Inequality in Labor Force Through the history, almost in every country around the world men have tended to participate more in labor force than women. However, as decades passed, the female participation in labor force has been increased (Esteban Ortiz-Ospina and Sandra Tzvetkova, 2017). According to World Development Report 2012, female participation in labor force has increase from 50.2 to 51.8 during the period of 1980-2008. World Bank, 2016 Despite of the fact that female participation in the labor force has increased, the challanges they confront in the workplaces have not been eliminated completely (Michael M. Kasumovic, Jeffrey H. Kuznekoff, 2015) One of those challanges women have been encountering in their lives is inequality in workplaces. Obviously, the human beings are assigned their roles from the beginning of birth by dressing boys with blue clothes while dressing girls with pink clothes.
According to a survey of working parents done by Pew Research Center (2015), it is found that 39 percent of mothers took time off to take care of their children or family and 27 percent responded that they have to quit their career. On the contrary, around 24 percent of fathers reported having taken time off and only 10 percent have to leave their job due to family obligations. In order to combine work and family responsibilities, women have greater recourse to part-time work. Therefore, women tend to work shorter hours and have more career interruptions than men which lead to a passive impact on their promotion prospects and profession advancement as it also reduced women chances to have a financially rewarding
Diversity comes in several forms, particularly class-based and racial. This undertaking is one that should be prioritized at colleges across the country. There is significant evidence that diverse college campuses produce stronger, more intelligent individuals. With diversity come enhanced social development, stronger critical thinking skills, and heightened self-awareness. These features produce stronger individuals, thus strengthening the community at large.
Women were close to having a gender quota during the wars, but their jobs were given back to men coming back from war. After World War II, the participating rate of women in the labor force were slowly increasing. The number of women that joined the labor force in war industries grew over 460% of employment (“Women”). Since genders in the labor force grew over the past years, the diversity in the labor force expanded in the following years. However, women were not considered for the battlefield because most of them would be needed as nurses for wounded soldiers.
The future of advanced practice registered nurses is in their ability to fill the gaps in health care delivery. A major gap is in the shortage of primary care providers. This shortage has partially been created by the rising number of individuals over 65 years of age due to the aging of the 'Baby Boomer' generation. In the next two decades the number of adults over 65 will increase by 45% and the number of people over 100 will be seven times higher (Centre for Diet and Activity Research, 2013). The impact of this phenomenon is felt throughout the medical field.
Within the next 50 years the human population will continue to grow around 50 percent with an estimated 394 million people by 2050. Retirement will affect millions of people dramatically and the number of disabilities cases will rise. In fact the more education people have to more job seekers will look for suitable employment (Toossi, 2002).Education will be the key to successful employment. In today’s world you are finds more career working adults going back to school to advance their education for better jobs. In addition women are working more than men I believe by 2040 women will be working in more men driven careers.
It has been expected that many students would go to a community college because it is cheaper. Therefore, we must implement future expansions. On my behalf, I would like to be socially responsible for the changes affecting the college. I am well aware of the procedures and is authorized to make ethical decisions according to regulations. With that being said, I find it necessary to serve the community by upgrading the campus.
Although black women’s education has increased since the 80s, employed white women were over 13% more likely to have attended college. As the education gaps increase, we can expect a growing wage gap between white and black women (McCall, 2001). The rising gap in marriage (and unmarried parenthood) between white and black women (Ellwood and Jencks 2004), combined with the marriage premium, may worsen the racial
Todays women are more educated, more confident, more motivated, so they could have same career’s position like men in society, even though equal payment still has not reached in many countries even in a developed county such as Canada. There are some factors that related to unfair wages for different gender. According to the National Household survey shows while women made up 48 per cent of the workforce in 2011, they were most likely to be employed in sales and service jobs (27 per cent), followed by business, finance and administration (24.6 per cent) then education, law and community and government services (16.8 per cent). Among the 20 most common jobs for women, women accounted for more than nine out of 10 workers in: administrative assistant;
According to Catherine Hill, Ph.D. women were paid 78 percent of what men made in the year 2013 in the U.S. For colored women, their salaries stand at 64 percent of white men’s earnings. Therefore, a single mother has a much harder time providing for their families because of unequal pay. Moreover, education can help increase your yearly earnings, but in Mama’s case she was only able to get to second grade education. Mama could be symbolized as one of the few women who played a vital role in advancing women and agriculture. If there are more women like this, agriculture could in the future would be far more