Is Nursing Com Worth It
Is a career in nursing worth it?
I think you have asked before if nurses (at least here) value their work. I have already answered that.
I've probably been a nurse since she was alive and she never touched me. But seriously, it's not that bad. There are many areas where a nurse can work. You don't have to work after experience. You can work in the emergency room (you are one step away from the emergency room). Mostly open 24 hours a day so you can work as a team (I really like teams). Your screening / diagnosis should be of high quality. You can also contact the follow-up / discharge planning / case manager. This reduces physical contact with the patient (especially in follow-up meetings). I went because I like direct contact with patients, but a lot of people like it. You can be kept private. You can have a medical examination (the result is very good). You can have surgery (but you'll stay awake ... I don't like it) and work in a private practice (I know a nurse did it. As a Christmas bonus she got a free facelift) , The doctor can not do exercises without his guidance).
I can't imagine a job without worries. You can be a doctor / nurse / assistant / software assistant / police / teacher and still have a list of what can go wrong, but when you become a nurse, you must ask yourself if If you have the courage to do so. Now I'm a school nurse and I think that's perfect. Students (well, college level, so young) are usually very friendly and listen to me. The work is easy and I have plenty of time for it (but it can be a lot of work, I was wrong).
I also worked in a dermatology clinic for five years. I love. Many (small) operations. It was a very busy clinic, but we had Ann.
For example, everything is fine in your life.
Ask yourself, do you like helping people? Would you like to know that you are making a difference in other people's lives? You like medicine, but you don't want to go to school to become a doctor.
I can't answer all your questions, but I tell you: do what is in your heart. Don't go into nursing because it's the latest fashion or fast race to make a lot of money. The time will come when you will be under pressure, just like any other job, but always remember why you are in the field.
When it comes to skills, there are many things that nursing schools and clinics will do to help you find the right place for you. For me, LR and delivery destinations are the places I want to go after graduation. I've always wanted to do L&D.
If the farmer achieves his goal, you will have a guarantee, it is called destiny.
Worth it. Seriously, stress at work is worse than stress at school. I just want to use it like any other nurse I've ever used. There are jobs that are less stressful, but you will get jobs in SS. The nurse explains the scenario by coding the patient and running like a chicken. This is how working in general (medical / surgical) r is. However, the only way to know is to resist and get out. I suggest you do this and find out for yourself. It's natural to be overwhelmed by chess ... it's not easy. Wait, wait, and you'll be glad you did. There are so many options for nurses and it's a great job!