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Hi all! I'm considering going back to community college for career change. If I become a Registered Nurse (RN), do you think I'll always make good money and always have job security? Whether the econo...
11 answers - Asked By: Seeker1898 - 7/12/2008
I am in my last semester of Nursing School, I have to make an Resume and I am not a good writter! The example the instructor gave us is 'To Obtain a full time RN postion on floor 4b'...Which stinks!!...
1 answers - Asked By: Jamie - 11/8/2006
I'm in 8th grade, which is the year where we focus on our jobs for the future. I have my heart set on a nurse, but i can't exactly understand what i need to become a registered nurse (RN) Masters degr...
1 answers - Asked By: - 2/5/2014
I have a paper to write and it requires that i interview a registered nurse. Are there any RN's out there that would be willing to answer a few questions? Why did you choose RN? What kind of edu...
1 answers - Asked By: Ariel K - 3/10/2009
I know I want to go into the health and human service cluster, but im not sure what exact job. I love helping people and Im a very postive and friendly person. I am not so good with a lot of blood. Wh...
2 answers - Asked By: BRITT! - 1/17/2007
I am torn between going to school & getting my BSN or going to school for occupational therapy. People say there is a shortage of nurses, but also said new grads have no chance of getting a job after ...
2 answers - Asked By: - 7/11/2010
What are the pros and cons of each? Starting hourly pay? highest you can get paid? Yearly $ Average? Job oppurtunity? Which is harder? Hours? School work + Years? More fun? aahhh help :/ ...
2 answers - Asked By: Lovemyhubby - 4/21/2010
Any RN's out there who like their job? I have heard sooo many nurses say such bad things about that line of work and I was thinking about being an RN, should I really change my mind? What is so bad ...
3 answers - Asked By: soniaelizabethann - 11/19/2006
How do you become a Registered Nurse? Do you just complete your four years & obtain a BS in Nursing or do you need to be in a nursing program, how does it work?
2 answers - Asked By: whatever123 - 10/24/2007
How hard is it to become a RN? I'm about to graduate college with two degree's, but I don't know what the heck I want to do with them once schools done with? How long does it take to become a regist...
5 answers - Asked By: Kudos - 1/16/2007
Ok, I am doing a project for English and my partner and I believe that RNA's do way more work and get paid way less than a RN. We have been to a few nursing homes for our RNA clinicals and have notice...
1 answers - Asked By: carrie s - 11/28/2012
Hello well, I decided to change my major to reg. nurse. I just would like to make a few things clear. All you need is an AS degree from a college and then test for the license to become a reg. nur...
1 answers - Asked By: will - 12/10/2010
Although I have a long time before I'll graduate college, let alone high school I want to know if I will be able to get a job rather quickly. If i take the community college course which is for approx...
4 answers - Asked By: - 3/21/2013
I want to go to college when I am older (8th grade now) and I want a job paying $70,000 a year or more. I know what I want to do, but not what it is called. I want to work with cancer patients, mainly...
6 answers - Asked By: kittylover497 - 8/10/2008
Im a grade 12 student and thinking about university - there is two programs, the RPN and RN, both i can enter next year. i was wondering what the benefit would be to go into the psychiatric nursi...
2 answers - Asked By: - 10/20/2012
My mother would like to know whats the best way to get a job as a RN. She has applied multiple time and has not been contacted yet. Any tips and tricks would help.
5 answers - Asked By: ♥Lucky Asian Girl♥ - 12/24/2009
I am an registered nurse wanted to find a job where i can work as a nurse from home but i do not know any options out there or where to find them. Please help I want to stay home with my children. I...
1 answers - Asked By: jj - 8/3/2009
Is it an awful job, what is the worst part of this job? Nurses are incredible people, everyone I have ever met have been the best. Are there any nurses out there that can fill me in on their daily ...
3 answers - Asked By: zapzap - 1/13/2009
Both my bf and I are going to school to become Registered nurses. here are my questions... 1. what types of fields are there for us to get into? 2. what salary are looking at working and living in U...
2 answers - Asked By: Willo - 6/14/2007
I've been pondering going back to school for an RN degree for quite awhile. I've recently met 2 people that worked as RNs for 15 and 30 years. They both burnt out on the job and said its not a job y...
4 answers - Asked By: - 12/16/2009
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