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I am trying to go to nursing school but I'm running into to problems on how to afford my rent etc. I currently have a day job at a bank but the nursing school where I live only lets you attend during ...
2 answers - Asked By: - 7/15/2011
I'm a sophomore in college wrking on pre-reqs for nursing school. Just wondering whats a good job to get involved in that could help me get a better perspective of this profession, or look good on my ...
3 answers - Asked By: Andrew - 2/8/2010
I will be starting Nursing School next semester and I am debating on whether or not I will be able to handle a job at the same time. The program is extremely intense; 4 semesters, no summer/winter br...
3 answers - Asked By: Cassadilla - 6/3/2010
Im not that sure what I want. I like nursing because you care for people. I love helping people who are sick and etc. But right now i work as a nurse assistant and I hate it. I see how nurses are neve...
1 answers - Asked By: Stacy - 1/27/2013
Does anyone know of any nursing schools that are fairly easy to get into with inexpensive tuition. under 3000 a semester. i know i may have passed the deadlines, but i would like to attend in in the f...
2 answers - Asked By: Elizabeth O - 7/9/2008
What is easy to get qualified for? nurse aide, phelbotomist, maybe massage therapist? i am not sure i want to be an rn, but i want to work for a hospital.thanks
2 answers - Asked By: laceylacey - 1/23/2010
I wanted to know more about nursing career,and to get some experience and to think if it is right for me, but I am still in high school, any part time jobs like an assistant nurse or something?
3 answers - Asked By: JiaWei - 10/21/2011
I am a new graduate of a BSN program in Colorado. I have been searching for different jobs, but what I'd really like to do is become a school nurse. I haven't been able to find any listings for this j...
2 answers - Asked By: - 3/27/2011
I am 29 years old and considering a change in career. I have recently looked into nursing, radiology, and sonography. All of these options appeal to me, particullary nursing, and I want to be able to ...
5 answers - Asked By: RusL - 3/14/2008
In US.some commuinty collages teach Nursing scholl in 2 years ONLY, and in the University teach in 4 years ,and the both get the same licence ( RN) and both get master's degree , is that true like I h...
2 answers - Asked By: *Laila* - 8/7/2007
I am a senior in high school and I really want to go to the university of tampa but it's a bit pricey. I was looking up schools and found that St Petersburg college offers bachelor in nursing which wo...
3 answers - Asked By: Elizabeth - 1/5/2014
I am 17 years old and I want to be a nurse anethesist when i get older. I first want to start out as a registered nurse they go back to school to become a nurse anethesist. Are there any nurses or nur...
3 answers - Asked By: EyesWideShut - 2/19/2009
So i have a bachelors in psychology and pre physical therapy since august 2012.. I have pt experience in clinics and hospital settings.. But after being an aide in pt for a year i came to the conclusi...
1 answers - Asked By: ivana - 7/19/2013
I am going to college this week. I need to get a work-study job, it'll really help. It's a lot of applying and stuff. Some ask for references though. I figure it's probably a good idea to have a coupl...
2 answers - Asked By: FSBB - 8/22/2011
I am very unhappy at a private university that I am attending for nursing, and I am looking into transferring to Worcester State University in MA. Would my chances of getting a job after graduation de...
2 answers - Asked By: Jill - 9/19/2011
So, I'm currently grade 12 in high school. Good grades (Straight A's in the subjects that matter). After high school, I'm doing 5 years of college / university to become an RN. Thing is, my high...
3 answers - Asked By: Kev. M - 11/15/2011
Does school REALLY prepare you for a nursing job..or do you learn as you go (on the job)?
5 answers - Asked By: Sonia - 12/20/2006
My friend says that a nurse is so much better than a school psychologist b/c it is medical. school psychologist are not not school counselors (which are cool too), i just see both the jobs as being e...
8 answers - Asked By: Robin - 7/1/2008
I'm going to take nursing for a year in vocational school. This is my junior year. After I graduate, I'm going to do online college classes for nursing and work for an associates degree. Also, I'm try...
2 answers - Asked By: Aaliyah - 8/16/2013
What is the salary for a school nurse in the NYC public schools? Do they get the same pay raises as regular teachers with the summers off? Also, how does their salary compare to a professor of nursi...
1 answers - Asked By: NYer - 8/8/2008
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