I think also of the many people who post on this site, asking about how much money can they make as nurses, and which are the best-paid specialties? It seems like many of the people who are interested in going into nursing here in the US are largely interested in the money. I think also of the many foreign nurses who post here, asking about how they can come to work in the US because they know they will make much more money than they can at home. Is it wrong for them to want to better themselves and their families? You say that you are already a BSN graduate -- were you planning on donating your services for the betterment of society, and working for free? I doubt it ... Did you not go to nursing school to create a better future for yourself? It is a shame that economic conditions in some other countries have created more competition in nursing programs
, but, as you said, people are free to make their own choices in life. You stated, "i don't think it's clean and proper to jump over into the other if you're taste wasn't been satisfied with what u have... ," but many people change careers here in the US, for many different reasons. Some nurses here choose to go to med school and become physicians, or go to law school and become attorneys. Should they not be allowed to, because they started out as nurses?
Suzanne4 makes a good point -- if the appeal of nursing in the US does drain other countries of their physicians, then the other countries will have to make it more attractive for their physicians to stay "home" and practice medicine ... It's called the law of supply and demand.
It is a difficult situation, though, and I don't know of any simple or easy answers. Best wishes for your career choices (whatever they may be!)