Like many other states of USA, Idaho is not experiencing a nursing shortage. Idaho provides many nursing schools to choose from. The state also offers diploma and master degrees to those who are interested to start career in nursing. The state has experienced shortage of nursing faculty. So, many students are encouraged to choose teaching career in different nursing schools because of shortage of nurses. Nursing education in Idaho can be available through various nursing programs offered by schools and universities. For registered nurses, Idaho is a lucrative career choice. Many top employers of Registered Nurses in Idaho include Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, Saint Luke’s Boise Medical Center, Kootenai Medical Center etc; are offering better opportunities and salaries in Idaho. Idaho Board of Nursing is also engaged in regulation of nursing practice in Idaho. As per the projection of the Idaho Commerce & Labor, Research & Analysis Bureau, there will be 37% job growth for registered nurses through 2016.