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More Teenage Girls are Pursuing Nursing as Career Due to High Demand in Health Care Industry

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A global survey carried out in the nursing and healthcare service sector has highlighted that a lot of teenage girls have been pursuing a career in nursing. And the major reason for it is the rising demand for nurses across the world. With the passage of time, several developments have taken place in the healthcare sector and one such is the introduction of home care services. As the world has become interconnected, the demand for nursing services has been increasing at an excellent rate in different parts of the world.

The homecare healthcare services industry has been witnessing immense growth in the US and people are hiring nurses for getting better care for the elder members in their families. It has been found that more nurses are enrolling in LVN programs in various parts of the US as they are getting a handsome salary for serving as a nurse. The increasing aging population in the US is going to contribute to an increase in the demand for qualified nurses and caregivers on a large scale.

Job security, as well as financial stability, is the other factor that contributes to increasing the number of applicants in the nursing sector. It has been observed that LVN programs in Texas have been enjoying more joinings in different corners of the US. Depending on their experience, nursing jobs are available for interested applicants.

By the time 2030, about 9 million nurses and midwives will be required in order to achieve the target of universal health coverage. Keeping in mind the increasing demand of nurses, the World Health Assembly has termed 2020 as the International Year of the Nurse and Midwives.

Jenny is one of the oldest contributors of Bigtime Daily with a unique perspective of the world events. She aims to empower the readers with delivery of apt factual analysis of various news pieces from around the World.

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Armando Cabba: 2020’s Contemporary Artist to Watch

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Armando Cabba has made waves in the news for his self portraits that have helped open the door to the subject of mental health. The Canadian contemporary artist gained recognition for his more realist portraits that are highly intimate and carry a feeling of uncanny familiarity. As a result of both his artistic pursuits and being outspoken, Armando Cabba has become popular internationally and his work has received a great deal of positive responses.

Even in the age where technology is dominant in every aspect of our daily lives , Armando Cabba’s creations remain incredibly human. Born in Canada, Cabba received his degree in Painting and Drawing in Montreal and then moved to Florence, Italy where he evolved into the artist he is today. Currently, he paints in Paris and runs his own studio/gallery Atelier Cabba.

During his youth, he wanted to become a musician but fate had other plans for him off stage. Cabba failed to get through a music audition and was thrown into the world of painting and drawing in his high school art class. Shortly after discovering his new passion, he was accepted into the Fine Art Program at Dawson College and the rest is history.

Each portrait reveals a high level of technical understanding with every stroke of his brush. What makes his work all the more intriguing is its emotional grasp on the viewer that goes beyond surface level aesthetics of mainstream contemporary art. In every painting, Cabba doesn’t hesitate to reveal his inner psyche in all shapes and forms.

With all that said, it comes as no surprise that Armando Cabba is the artist to watch for 2020. The amount of talent and honesty in him makes him the people’s painter and the art world is beginning to notice. From humble beginnings to being a TedX speaker, the world will be hearing a lot more from Armando Cabba in the new year and decade ahead.

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