Ok here it goes. This is a three part question. I guess it might sound a little stupid.
Is there anyone else in my shoes here?
1. I have been interested in perusing a career in nursing. In high school
I did horrible in science (D's). However Biology I was a strait A student.
(I ended up getting my GED after dropping out)
How much would/will that affect me as far as in Nursing? I mean the Sciences and GED.
Also I have never gone through Chemistry. It's been about 12 years since school.
2. I am currently collecting unemployment. The unemployment help line is a joke
They are really rude and not so much helpful, when you do finally get through. My
Next question (To anyone who had went through this) Can I still collect unemployment in
Michigan and go to college? (My friend is having no problems however he is going Online only)
I live in Northern Michigan and there are barely any jobs at this point, places start
Opening up in spring. The state is worried about my availability for jobs.
3. This question would be for Nurses and Student's. Why did you choose nursing?
Here's a little bit of info on me. I am 28 years old with two school aged children. Previous to the unemployment I was in hotel management for a medium sized hotel for 4 years. In the hospitality field for 7 years. I was run into the ground the last year of employment so they could sell the hotel. I don't want to get into the hospitality or for that matter Management position again. However to make any money in northern Michigan you have to be in a professional career or a Management position.