Pondering if I should apply for LPN position in neurologist's office

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    There is an opening for LPN in neurologist's office. My sister is encouraging me to apply for this job. My only concern is that it is FT, and I am only looking for PT now. I have not worked in 4 yrs. due to illness, which has stabilized. She believes that I have a very good chance at getting this job as she knows the hiring manager very well. I explained my concerns about jumping into a FT position, but she seems to feel that it would be an easy position. I am currently on disability and would be able to collect it for one year while working PT. If I work FT, then my disability is terminated. I have never worked in drs. office. I have worked inpatient in behavioral health.
    Any LPNs working in neuro o.p.? If so, what is your day like? What are your duties in the job?
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    It's only my opinion, of course, but it really doesn't seem worth risking your disability . Maybe something part-time would let you see if you're ready without a full-time committment or jeoprodizing your disability.

    Good luck either way.

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