sharonp30 4,103 Views
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Someone has been watching too much HSN.
I'm thinking that the Admins probably choose, but I really don't know. It must be tough, there were some really cute ones. This is my first contest on here because I'm new, so I have no clue how it all works.
I appreciate the responses everyone. I agree that there are more LPN jobs. I think that is probably the more logical choice. I really don't want to work in a nursing home though. I saw ads that were hiring LPN or RN's at a big local hospital, but I just found out that they aren't really hiring the LPN's. I'm not sure why they advertise for them. So, I guess I will just do a little soul searching and go from there. Thanks guys.
Aha, two of mine are in the top eight. Yaaaay, but I'm not winning....boooo.
I have found a chicken wing bone in a fat fold of a 560lb women tonight, she said,"gah, I am surprised, the cat must have hid that there. Now don't get me wrong- I'm a dog person, but do cats hide stuff??? I hope everyone has eaten supper Also, I found a small cat toy- so she may have a "unique" cat? Wuh, I kept searching for the dead kitten because the skin-on-skin inflammation was something akin to death, Vintage Cheddar, Crusty Butt, and Body Odor center, with a hint of Cabbage. I cleaned well with 4 PCTs holding up the belly, and then I left the patient to be breaded by the "Powder Puff" girls
I would appreciate any input here. I am starting my second career, I am wanting to go into health care. I was planning to go in to LPN school, but I am concerned about the lack of jobs available. I am not interested in long term schooling at this point, so I am looking for a career that I can begin with twelve to eighteen months of schooling. My first choice was LPN, but I am also interested in the Surgical Tech. program. In my area they earn about the same pay, and the Surg Tech program is about ten credit hours less. All of that being said, I believe that I would enjoy either career, but I wonder if there may be more opportunities for a surg tech than an LPN.
If anyone has gone through this program, please let me know what you think. I appreciate anyone that can give me advice here.
You complain about your uniform, at least you don't have to wear the hat anymore.
So you see nurse it's really kind of funny how that chisel got stuck up in there. I was making toys and I slipped....
That sounds a lot like what I remember from years ago when I worked as a CNA. I would also add that you may encounter some backstabbing from your fellow CNA's. I don't know the reason for it, but that was my experience. I was in my early twenties when I did this work, but it was still hard. I would say that it was the most physically demanding job that I have ever had. I would leave work exhausted. The pay at that time was only about fifty cents per hour more than minimum wage. Overall it can be rewarding, but it is a very difficult job.
There is a systematic effort to dismantle unions in this country. That is true, but I do agree that it shouldn't be a requirement. I don't know why people wouldn't join, but that's their business.
I believe in the union, but it should be a choice.
Sweetie, it sounds like you know what to do. He is just not going to grow up. Some men are like that. I wish you luck.
No, it's true. I'm an elf. I don't need a Psych. consult. Don't make me put you on the naughty list. Don't inject me with.....awwww I love you.
I don't really think she could have been that ignorant. I think it was deliberate.
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