i HATE my job. Does anyone else feel the same? - page 16

I absolutley despise my job. I work as a nurse in a intermediate/telemetry type floor. We are in the process of moving to a new hospital, so we were a telemetry unit and we are splitting into... Read More

  1. by   RNPA93
    I feel the same way you do. I wish i knew this is what nursing was before I went to nursing school.
  2. by   Icooka4u
    ROTF! At some point many people across all careers feel like that. My suggestion would be to take a stroll in the “Specialties” area of allnurses.

    I never knew before exploring this website, that SO many different specialties of nursing existed.
    Next, if nothing there tickles your fancy, you could go into Medical Coding & Billing. You would be able to transfer many of your nursing knowledge to that area. After 2-3yrs
    exp, you could work from home. Great videos on Youtube about this.
    Lastly, what other things interest you? With a degree in nursing, you wouldn’t have to start from zero to complete another degree.
    Last edit by Icooka4u on Feb 12, '17 : Reason: Left out entire paragraph
  3. by   wang13155
    Feel ya~~~Felt the same way, worked on ED over flow for three years. Hated the job, felt like a waiter more than anything else (without tips, obviously). Got sick of it, no passion for patients and family. Left the unit and went to GI lab, now loving my job and will
    NEVER go back to bedside. I enjoyed patients that really do appreciate what you are doing for them, but the unreasonable requests are way more often. I really admire those who stays at bedside for ten, twenty, forty years. You are truly passionate about your job. I am not the right person for bedside nursing.