US Nursing: Montana
US nurses will find that Montana is enormous and accordingly some parts of the state are quite different from each other. This is generally also reflected in the population. Nurses will see that Montana people are friendly and sociable. They adore the outdoors and enjoy hunting and fishing. The belief in public lands and access is huge as well. In Montana US nurses will be treating patients who old miners, cowboys, farmers, loggers, hipsters, yuppies, tourists, ski bums, homesteaders, mountain men (and women), people who are broke, billionaires, Irish, East Asians, Mexicans, Africans, and even NAZIS, plus everything in between. There are only only a million people living in the state and there is certainly a great diversity.