oh GOd, today i've posted two questions already, but today i'm on research mode and i just have a bunch of questions. Thanks guys! Anyways, I've been thinking about teaching college, nursing and now i'm thinking of social work. I thought of social work before but i heard alot of people leaving that profession to go to nursing school
because of the pay. With a masters degree, social workers make less... is that true? I would love to be in a profession that lets me help but being financially secure is very important to me. With my BA and all, i don't need that much prereqs, (i don't think i need any), all i have to do is take my GRE and go to my MAsters. So, that is a plus. WIth nursing, i have alot of prereqs, applying, waiting to get in, etc... I want a practical career where i want to make a decent living. At the moment, want is important is landing a job, and making a decent living. Like i mentioned in my other posts, i don't have 1 area that i love, not one passion. I have many, so i'm not looking for a passion job. I'm looking to be realistic. So, what are your thoughts on MSW/Nursing? thanks guys so much.
Jul 28, '10
Last edit by lorazepam on Jul 28, '10
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Aug 6, '10
Thank you so much for sharing your experience. I too just graduated from an MSW program but I have previous experience in the field. Now, I am looking into pursing a BSN because I want to learn more about the human body in relation to human development and behavior. Since I am a new graduate, do you think I should apply to a BSN program now? I am currently unemployed and I am deciding to specialize in either in direct practice or higher education. I would really your expertise and input!!!
Thanks again and good luck in your MSN program!
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