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What would be a better career to have: A Registered Nurse, A Nurse Anesthetist, or A Pharmacist?

What would be a better career to have: A Registered Nurse, A Nurse Anesthetist, or A Pharmacist? Pros of being a Registered Nurse: Doesn't take that long to become one. Cons of being a Registered Nurse: Bad Pay Pros of being a Nurse Anesthetist: Great Pay Cons of being a Nurse Anesthetist: Takes seven years to become one and is very competitive. Pros of being a Pharmacist: Good pay (not as good as being a Nurse Anesthetist) Cons of being a Pharmacist: Boring job and takes 6 through 8 years. Hello. I am a very studious person and I have had straight A's since the 6th grade. I really like socializing and being around people. I also love helping people. I really want to become a Nurse or Pharmacist but I don't know what to choose. Becoming a pharmacist seems kind of boring though because I love being around people. Please help me! And explain your reason please. =)

Asked By: Jessica - 12/23/2008
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As a good friend of mine says ,"It all depends." Where does your passion steer you? ANY job can be boring and any job hold your excitement. The largest variable in what happens is your own efforts. Any of the three professions you have listed are good choices. Depending on your setting for practice, politics, autonomy... More
Answered By: Rx_Mich - 12/23/2008
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CRNA ...no doubt because they have the greatest autonomy by far. You will have to have a BSN (with good grades 3.5gpa), RN license, then do 2-5 years of adult ICU. You can then apply to school and it will take you 2 years of full-time school to get an MSN or MSA (Master of Science in Anesthesia). Coming out of... More
Answered By: diosa78 - 12/23/2008
 
May be this site can help you http://mynursingprograms.com
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A registered nurse pointed me to http://AllCareerOptions.youNursing.org and here I found all needed information about nursing such as nursing education needs, online nursing programs and valuable tips from very experienced nurses... More
Answered By: Clarence - 4/21/2014
 
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