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I am a college student studying to become a nurse. Therefore, I can't afford to sacrifice my precious time to work and make money during the school year. I do not have classes during the summer and wish to get a good paying job to save up and pay my loans faster. I know this is a personal question but I don't come from a family who are college-bred. I'm actually the first one to go to college in my immediate family. Do you think being 45,000 in debt in school loans after graduation (BA in nursing w/ RN degree) is a little steep. I do have a job lined up for me right after graduation, which is nice.

Asked By: bettyboop - 12/13/2006
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Look for a large corporation that you'd like to work for after graduation, then get on with them as temporary f/t summer relief, doing anything that peripherally relates to your end career. For example, work as a porter in a hospital, or in the community public health department on a street outreach program... More
Answered By: snowman - 12/13/2006
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ok u should try getting an internship with nasa or work at a gas station. find a job next to where u live. Try working/interning for pay in a near hospital. choose the job that is more convinent 2 u
Answered By: dc's angel - 12/13/2006
 
Go to the national parks. I work, (not real hard though) in Yosemite. They always hire a couple thousand people each year. Go to: Yosemitepark.com I'm starting my 4th year there in May. It's the most fun job I've ever had. Meet people from all over the world at the most beautiful place on earth. Or check for a park... More
Answered By: john p - 12/13/2006
 
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