I've always just assumed I'd work in a hospital, and so of course, that's where I'm starting out. But eventually I plan to move from the hospital I'm starting at in one state to Kansas, and when I do, I was thinking...maybe I could try applying to work in doctor's offices. So, I guess I am wondering what people know about that. Do doctor's offices hire nurses? What would a nurse do in a job like that? I guess the hours are probably 8-5 or something similar, which is definitely appealing...would that mean you'd be on salary instead of an hourly wage? And do young nurses tend to get jobs like that or are they reserved for older nurses? My curiosity is peaked.