[font=lucida grande]i see a lot of seasonal rn positions advertised, especially around florida and other southern states. i'm assuming this is due to the cyclical population of snow bird states. am i correct in my assumption?
[font=lucida grande]the reason i'm asking is because i'm thinking of going for an rn but my ultimate goal (in any job) is to be able to work seasonally--take at least three months off a year (unpaid, of course.) am i making a wise decision here? is there a sizable, stable seasonal rn job market now and in the future? is willing to work only seasonally an advantage (employer gets you only when needed) in finding jobs or a handicap?
if rn is a bad choice for a seasonal gig are there any positions in health care that are better suited for working seasonally?