I'm really streesed out at my job and I want to know if I should stay or go. The people I work with are rude.

I am a surgical technologist on a labor and delivery unit. I work along side nurses and doctors. The nurses however treat me as if I am beneath them. They use me to clean their patients after deliveries and say things that are demeaning. I'm comfortable where I work (I know the ropes) but I'm unsure if I should stay or go. Should I stay even though I'm treated with disrespect?

Asked By: Madison - 3/13/2008
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Hi..... boy do I know where you are coming from. My last job was a nightmare. I was working for a company as a manager and being treated like crap- and paid peanuts in the process. By the last couple of weeks that I was there before I quit- I was so upset and stressed out I would come home crying. It not worth it in... More
Answered By: Peraz - 3/14/2008
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Can you find another job easily? If not, I'd say stay and do your best to keep your chin up and ignore those rude people. Don't let them get to you. If you're comfortable and like what you're doing, then stick with it. Remember, getting another job doesn't guarantee that things will get better.
Answered By: FM - 3/14/2008
Well you could try to put down and make them do it. Something tells me that you've just recently applied and been accepted. You could always be rude back to them but then you wouldn't be any better than them... More
Answered By: Atma D - 3/14/2008
The nurses are jealous. Do your job; ignore them; do what you are expected to do within your job range, and keep on going. You will be treated with disrespect wherever you go. That is the nature of people, in general.
Answered By: Chloe - 3/14/2008
Medical world often very feudal. I had the same experience with you although I had a very good position there. Then, I tried to find the other job. When my contract ended, I already had the other job in my hand.
Answered By: hilda - 3/14/2008
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