Florida Nursing Facts

According to the Florida Center of Nursing: The average age of nurses in Florida, as of January 2007, was 46.6 for LPNs and 47.5 for RNs.

The state of Florida’s nurse population is more diverse in terms of race/ethnicity and gender than is the nurse population of the nation as a whole.

Over 9% of Florida’s RNs are male (which is higher than the nation’s male nurse population of 6%).

More than 25% of nurses are reported as non-white race or Hispanic ethnicity.

For more studies and data visit FCN Florida Center of Nursing

Other Helpful Sites:

Florida Hospital Profiles

Florida Hospital Association