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- Nov 14, '12 by kf15Economics. It is one of the last fields in this country that cannot be outsourced, which makes it valuable to get into. I wasted 4 yrs of my life earning an Engineering degree only to be told that my work is being done overseas for 1/2 the price. Life in this country has changed drastically and American labor is hated by corporations b/c of its cost. I learned very quickly to follow the demand. Of course I want to "help people"- myself, b/c noone else will!
- Nov 14, '12 by FlorenceNtheMachineI love people, and have cultivated talent at laughing at absurd behavior and shrugging stuff off.
Any nurse that ever took care of me were great. Even when they were busy, they were so compassionate and skilled. I appreciate nurses, thank you all
- Jan 10 by MImrieWhen I wad 5 I told my mother that I wanted to be a nurse, as she was standing at the stove cooking & I was watching her. I can still remember it to this day. I started my training as soon as I could, 2 weeks after my 17th birthday, (entry age was 17) & have never regretted it since. I'm now 42, & wouldn't want to do anything else. It's all I know, a career change would be very difficult now, as I know no other industry. Not that I'd want anyway. Love it too much.