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- Nov 27, '11 by whitescrubs2012Thanks to all for your thoughts and advice! I was just accepted to an ADN program (which is well-reputed and tuition free, in another state), so I plan to do that, get work as an RN, and do an RN-BSN or RN-MSN shortly thereafter. I'm hopeful that working as a nurse will give me some direction w/ regard to which degree to pursue next. It does seem that both ADNs and BSNs are struggling to find work nation-wide, although I doubt it's as tough a market to crack vs. other lines of work.