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- Jan 10, '12 by anotheronei like some of my coworkers they can trully make or break a shift, the money is good enough,
- Jan 10, '12 by MN-NurseGreat post!
I like my job for many of the same reasons, especially the supportive atmosphere.
- Jan 10, '12 by WeepingAngelI love my job because I feel really satisfied when I can make someone comfortable or happy. The money's not bad, but I like to be able to come to work, do my job to the best of my abilities, and walk away at the end of the day knowing I worked hard last night and was good to my patients.
- Jan 10, '12 by ElvishI get to call most of the docs by their first name, and they know mine. They know that when I call them, I need them, and they respect me for that.
I get along really well with about 99% of patients and about 98% of my coworkers.
I know that if the **** hits the fan, my coworkers have got my back.
- Jan 10, '12 by NenjaRNI actually get paid to snuggle babies and rock them to sleep.
- Jan 10, '12 by 12leakecJEALOUS!!!!
- Jan 10, '12 by GrnTea...because i work for myself, i don't argue with the boss much and i can wear whatever i want when i'm in the office. i learn new things almost every day. i spend waaaaaayyyy too much time on an. i get paid a rockin' good hunka change at the end of a case and i can give myself a raise whenever i want to (about every year the rates go up). i have time for my volunteer activities for my professional organization and a youth-serving organization and my sweetie. and i feel as if i make a real difference in everything i do for all of them. not bad for an old broad.:heartbeat
- Jan 10, '12 by tokmomI love my job because:
It is the best place I have ever worked.
I'm in a small hospital but associated with a rockin' organization
I get free education and they challenge us all the time. I have learned so much working within this organization/hospital
Nurses are given a voice in committees on floor operations, etc..You can either be an integral part, or show up to work every day.
I know everyone by name. The DNS knows me, the housekeeper and the people in the cafeteria know who I'am.
We have support from management in so many ways. When there were problems with culture, they brought in people to help fix it, they ran surveys. They took those complaints and did something with them...gasp!
Everyone truly cares about you. If you are sick, you are sent home. You don't work sick. People manage and don't make you feel guilty doing so.
I want to retire here. I honestly never want to leave.
- Jan 11, '12 by AICU RNThese are great! Keep them coming. These are the reasons we do what we do and we need to not lose sight of them (even though it's hard at times). I know, for me, I've now had 3 straight days at work of not feelin completely overwhelmed and that's why I'm loving my job even more.
Yea, I have a little piece of paper taped inside my locker. On it are the reasons I used to start this thread, only my friends know it's there but after a bad shift there they are staring me in the face and keeping me focused.
Who else? Why do you love your job? :redpinkhe
- Jan 11, '12 by beckster_01Quote from MinnieMomRNI just gotta say, that is AWESOME! Good jobIt was most rewarding that on that last visit he was anxious and came in saying "I know what you're going to say..." Then proceeded to tell me all the s/s related to his disease and how to manage/cope. Then he said, "I'm going back to class now". I didn't even say a word.
I love my job because we have a management system that works. It has its flaws, but I honestly feel that they listen to what we have to say and actively try to make changes. The entire unit is involved in making major decisions in a fair and orderly way.
I also love my job because 95% of my coworkers are fun to work with and supportive. There are such great resources on my floor and I have NEVER felt dumb for asking a question. I am always learning.
And I love my job because I get 5 weeks of vacation right off the bat, and I only work three days a week. That means that at least once a scheduling period I end up with 5-6 days in a row off, and when I want one week of vacation I can usually schedule myself for two