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Will there be too many nurses by 2025? It isn't likely, despite the fact that the supply of RNs and LPNs will likely the outpace demand in the United States nationally. The overall projections mask a projected imbalance of RNs at local levels. In many states, according to a new report by the Health Resources and Services Administration, factors such as demographics and labor market forces indicate that there will be heavy variations in the numbers of nurses and the adequacy of staffing from state to state. Changes in nursing roles and health care delivery will also affect supply and demand at both national and state levels. Read the full report at