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Scooter was in nursing school but I think he quit
I'm in an accelerated program now and it's not easy
Was a LPN for a couple years, went back into RN school. Got a wild hair, quit and became a fireman
My fiancé just graduated. Starting base pay at $21. Stick with it
Thanks! I can put up with anything for a year lol
I'm in mursing school. If I can get to my 180k after anesthesia school then I won't mind being a murse.
Hah! That's what many people in my class are wanting to go back to school for after. What school are you at?
Hinds in Jackson, Ms. I'm going to get my Masters after this program and then go to anesthesia school more than likely.
This post was edited by Toomers Coroner 18 months ago
been one for almost 8 years...
Good stuff! I'm on my second degree so ill probly work a little while before I get my masters to pay off some loans lol
One of my best friends is a murse
Works at the DCH in T town
Most programs let you work while you get your degree (until you start the masters clinical hours), plus a year or so in ICU is required for anesthesia.
They strongly advised us not to work during the program because its accelerated. Pretty much wouldn't accept us if we worked. Ill have the hospital pay for my masters though and ill be able to do it all online.
Any of you guys ever ventured into the travel nursing biz?
Definately interested in travel nursing after I graduate. Pretty good money in it
Wife is a Nurse, she just finished her masters at the age of 28 proud of that girllllll.
I strongly recommend it....been doing it for the past 2 years and absolutely love it
I'm thinking about it.
Trying to go PA, interviewed but didn't get in.
Reapplying to PA school and I'll go nursing if I don't get in.
If I go nursing I'm going to work a few years then for for ARNP
Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or it may last a year. But eventually, it will subside. If i quit, however it will last forever.
If you don't get into PA school definately try an accelerated 2nd degree school. Really enjoying mine so far!
I was, but now am in sales. No more shift work, and the money is way better. I work half as much as I did as a nurse.
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