Nurses that change their jobs often. Is that common? - page 3
I have been an RN for 25 years and have changed jobs on average every 2-3 years. I have family who occassionally make remarks about my frequent changes, although I have also moved about to 4 different cities during that time... Read More
- 0May 14, '12 by GitanoRN Guideneedless to say, because of the many changes i have done within the facility where i work it has able me to find my true niche per say. for example, every time there was an opening for another dept. i applied for it after working for 1yr. in the present position at the time. unquestionably, this offered me an advantage among my peers, because whenever a discussion came up on how such dept. handle a given situation i knew the answered. unquestionably, if one is content working in the same dept. yr. after yr. more powder to them. furthermore, by me having the vast knowledge in different dept.s it catapulted me to the management position i hold at present. wishing you the best in all of your future endeavors...aloha~
- 0May 18, '12 by amygarsideI think that it really depends on who you work with and the kind of work atmosphere that you have. I have been working in the same hospital for three years now and I haven't considered changing jobs mainly because my coworkers are all generally nice, except for one or two whom I can tolerate on most days.
You have your own reasons for changing jobs and that's understandable. We all lead different lives and make our own choices. So, if you feel your workplace isn't the one for you, try working at other hospitals.