Nursing is one of the highest demanded and fast growing professions in the United States. Although the nursing industry is female-dominated, more and more men are joining the profession. So what’s the difference between male and female nurses?

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4 thoughts on “What is the difference – male vs. female nurses

  1. Kelley

    Even though the nursing industry is still dominated by females, it is still surprising that males still make more. This shows that they are making a strong push to get more male nurses into the work force. I know that companies like Johnson & Johnson are making a huge push to get more males to enter this industry.

  2. mareshah chisuta

    What is the difference between male nurse and female nurse

  3. Jim B

    Male nurses pee standing up. Female nurses sit to pee. That’s the only difference I’ve noticed over the years.

  4. Craig

    Female nurses are constantly writing up their co-workers, constantly gossiping, gang up with other female nurses against a co-worker they do not like, constantly trying to get a doctor husband, and in general make everyone around them miserable.
    Males nurses mind their own business and do their jobs.

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