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No one reaches, engages, influences and educates nurses better than Nurse.com. Want to meet and influence the nation's most trusted professionals? We can introduce you.

  • 55% have bachelor's degrees
  • 20+ years job experience
  • $67,000 average annual salary
  • 92% female
  • 54% actively seeking jobs
  • 47 years average age
  • 62% work in hospitals
  • 44% use social media for networking
  • $100,000-$150,000 annual HHI

1 million+opt-in RN email list

500K+followers on social media

2.8 million nursesin your reach

​4 millionmonthly website page views

375,000+Digital Resource Guide page views

"Nurse.com has been a publication of choice for many years. It is respected by nurses and nursing leadership. Methodist has been a continuous advertiser with Nurse.com and we have had an increase in applications listing Nurse.com as the source."— Kay Kirby, HR Generalist, Methodist Health System
“Advertising through Nurse.com generates well qualified/experienced candidates. Our Business Development Manager does an awesome job of notifying my team and I of new products and their recommendations are always on target with our goals."— Heidi Kozarski, Director of Talent Acquisition, Baptist Health System
"Our Nurse.com advertising campaigns have been effective in driving sweepstakes entries, lead generation, and cost effective access to nurses. I absolutely love working with the team - some of my favorite people!"— Scott Randolph, California Casualty Management Company

Awards & recognition

Our portfolio of prestigious awards and recognition sets Nurse.com apart as a leader in educational content, marketing design and creative advertising solutions.

Nurses ... beyond the demographics

influential

Gallup polls rank nursing the No. 1 trusted profession every year for the past 16 years.

experienced

One-quarter of nurses have worked in their profession for more than 20 years.

educated

85% of nurses hold an associate or higher degree in nursing, and 49% of all nurses plan to pursue bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degrees.

active

Nearly half of RNs intend to extend their education by becoming certified in a specialty.

needed

RNs are being called upon to play a vital role in a transforming American healthcare system.