NevadaFighter 5,233 Views
Joined Feb 17, '11.
Posts: 159 (28% Liked)
I have shared the same problem, except it is with all my clothes and I don't have to iron them to notice the smell. I started using unscented deodorant. Problem solved.
No, it is not. I believe that there are plenty of people that would be willing to hire you on after being a palliative care nurse. As long as you are working in a hospital, you could always work there for a year or so and transfer to a different floor. You also may really like it. Either way, I think you will get a better idea of what you will want to eventually do as a nurse.
If I were you (which I am not) I would go to school for the ADN and get a job. While you are working as an RN, you can go to school online for a BSN. Also, I ran into another problem when I was in a similar situation. I went back to school to be an RN and I didn't qualify for ANY financial aid because I had already earned a bachelors degree in another field. Something to think about...
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