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
- 0Mar 27, '11 by ♪♫ in my ♥Quote from notsosupernurseBut there is an incentive... you become more employable because the BSN is preferred or required.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.