Nurses, experienced and new grads, would you do it all again?
Considering the current economic climate, the "churning" out of new grads, limited job opportunities (at least compared to the past) and simply knowing all you do now, would you go to school for nursing again? If you answer YES, do you regret your decision to ever enter in the first place OR do you just think that considering all the challenges faced by nurses today you would probably choose a different career path? Why?
What frustrates you most about the profession?
What do you love the most--in other words, what keeps you going?
What is ONE thing, the most important thing, you would tell someone who is considering entering the nursing profession?
I know you can find responses to these types of questions all over the board, but I really wanted to get a good sampling considering today's climate.