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1 answers - Asked By: trenda1angel - 4/12/2007
Is a licensed practical nurse a good job? good pay? better than a rn or medical assistant? what building is best to be in, doctors office, hospital, etc? a pediatric lpn? just trying to get some basic...
3 answers - Asked By: !@#$%^ - 8/26/2011
I know that it is not difficult getting a job as a Registered Nurse, but I am not sure if it is difficult or not getting a job as a LPN. I don't want to waste my time and money going to school for so...
1 answers - Asked By: . - 12/3/2010
What are your job duties? Any tips for someone wishing to become a lpn/lvn? Which states have the most job openings?
1 answers - Asked By: Just Give Me A Reason - 7/31/2012
I am moving to Chicago after I finish nursing school around Thanksgiving. I want to experience city life, so I would like to live in the Chicago metro area. In Michigan where I live however, most ho...
2 answers - Asked By: sundance_0083 - 1/29/2007
I am currently a sophomore in high school and starting next year I will be taking a course for Nursing Assisting. Senior year I will then move on to beginning to get my LPN which is a two year course ...
1 answers - Asked By: Susan - 1/26/2013
I am interested in going back to school and becoming an lpn. However, I still need to work a full time job. That is no problem, if I can find an online course ~ or a college that will accept part t...
2 answers - Asked By: Jackie - 7/1/2008
I think i wanna become one of those : L.P.N, at a nursing home... but, the thing is i don't wanna go to college is there like anyway i still can become that with out having to go to college .... like ...
3 answers - Asked By: Trisha B - 12/21/2011
I am considering becoming a Patient care technician(pct) here in Ohio until I move to texas. However I have thought about becoming a LPN. My questions are *Is PCT to LPN the correct way to go? I...
1 answers - Asked By: Just Give Me A Reason - 7/30/2012
I graduated high school this year and really need to start figuring out my career path. The ONLY two careers i would enjoy doing would be nursing or private detective/game warden(really want to be a ...
2 answers - Asked By: - 8/10/2012
Do you enjoy your job? What is the best part about it? and what is the worst? Thanks!
2 answers - Asked By: RainAboveMe - 11/26/2009
I am currently a sophomore in high school and starting next year I will be taking a course for Nursing Assisting. Senior year I will then move on to beginning to get my LPN which is a two year course ...
1 answers - Asked By: Susan - 1/26/2013
I am currently a sophomore in high school and starting next year I will be taking a course for Nursing Assisting. Senior year I will then move on to beginning to get my LPN which is a two year course ...
1 answers - Asked By: Susan - 1/26/2013
The crime was commited prior to obtaining her nursing license and her current employer is aware of the felony charge and is willing to keep her as an employee as long as her license is not suspended. ...
4 answers - Asked By: S D - 3/11/2007
How long does it take to get a degree in each, and how much will it cost? Which ones have the highest salary? Which ones are the least/most difficult? Any info helps, best answer,.. thanks!
3 answers - Asked By: !@#$%^ - 6/10/2011
I am currently a sophomore in high school and starting next year I will be taking a course for Nursing Assisting. Senior year I will then move on to beginning to get my LPN which is a two year course ...
1 answers - Asked By: Susan - 1/26/2013
I'm a certified nurses aide, I absolutely love it but it's not something I want to do for the rest of my life. I really want to get my LPN but my mom and everyone else are telling me to get my RN inst...
1 answers - Asked By: bRUNETTEHUNNii - 4/9/2012
I also would like to know if an LPN can work solely in a hospital. I mean I know they can work in nursing homes, but I can see how boring that would get after a while. Thank You!
3 answers - Asked By: ♥mrs.. mesCUDi ♥ - 10/27/2009
Occupational Therapist Assitant Or LPN?? I Really Cant Decidee! Itss Soo Stressfull!!
3 answers - Asked By: Ashley J - 8/7/2010
I want to major in both but I can not decide which one I truly want to major in... Can anyone fill me in on the pros and cons of each and why which one is the better choice?
1 answers - Asked By: James - 12/13/2012
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