BSN preferred but not willing to pay extra for it ............. - page 2

hello everyone, i am a recent rn graduate with my a.d.n. i am also currently enrolled in my bsn program. my fiancé has his bsn and recently changed jobs. well i am a little disturbed by the new trend of hospital’s preferring... Read More

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    Quote from notsosupernurse
    Well Thanks to all of you for infoming me and educating a new RN to the realities of the profession. It is a pity that this is the way it is . I will continue my BSN and obtain "the minimum expected" for an entry level into the profession. I just find it a little discouraging that I will put my self further in loans without an incentive to help me pay them back.
    But there is an incentive... you become more employable because the BSN is preferred or required.

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