ask yourself a few questions:
how much do you like continuity of care? a) is it absolutely critical for you to develop long-term relationships with patients, or b) do you do fine with turnover?
are your free times important to you because you have or may develop other interests outside of your work time (hobbies, travel, children, other)? a) critically b) nah, i don't care too much about that
do you like working in teams when a) you have a lot of opportunity to talk and interact with your coworkers, or b) are you ok working more on your own than not?
do you find yourself drawn to a) caring for people and families with cancer, with many familiar repeat admissions, some successes, some progress to hospice, some bad deaths, or b) might you be susceptible to burnout after witnessing suffering and losses and prefer your patients to be asleep?
are you a) a heck of a good problem-solver and like to keep emotions out of things when it gets stressful? or b) a good listener, empathetic, in control of your own psyche, good at therapeutic communication?
is your free time and a regular schedule worth as much as money to you?
how do you feel about "taking your work home with you" versus "i gotta leave it all behind me when i walk out"?
do you have a chance to shadow in each to see how it feels? ask nurses in each why they do what they do...and why they don't do what they don't do. you will learn a lot doing that, and something unexpected will resonate with you.
no right or wrong answers, and i hope others will chime in with their insights.
want to always be able to get a job? (or)
oh, and do you have good veins and feet? (or) do you have a really strong back? (oncology)