Work options for WHNP student

  1. 0 I entered nursing school with the intention of becoming a WHNP after woking as a patient educator in a women's health clinic. I graduated last year with my BSN and took a night job on med-surg and am getting ready to start my second quarted of WHNP school next week. I am already burnt out on med-surg nights. Unfortunatly the women's health clinic I worked for does not need a full time RN, but I do work there occasionally PRN. I know the best thing career wise would beto work in OB, but there are no jobs in my area. I have been thinking of home health as a nice change and to pay the bills while I'm in school but is it a bad move career wise? I need to get off nights! Any advice would be apreciated. Thanks!
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