I'm an ADN preparing to get my Bachelor's degree. I have three years experience in healthcare, two in critical care and one in long term care. I have found the bedside nursing experience is not where I want to be any longer, and am looking at a Bachelor's degree in healthcare administration. My advisor at college said she felt with my experience and desire to move into another aspect of care, I would have many job opportunities with this degree. I'm 43, and don't feel I have a lot of time to shift around trying to find my "niche" anymore. I guess I'm looking for general advice. Does someone with this degree get a job in a hospital, clinic or usually nursing homes? What positions would I be searching for once I have this degree? Is it hard to get a job in this when you haven't had any experience with management other than charge nurse in long term care? My workstyle tends to be that of someone who prefers paperwork, business-office setting, 9-5 hours most of the time, have enjoyed being charge nurse in the past and have a clear idea of how care should be implemented and what levels of communication should be present between admin and staff, and I also prefer a much lower level of stress than is present on the nursing floor. I don't mind deadlines and expectations, but I'm not looking to have to run a code anymore!Can anyone give me some information??