I have been a nurse for 8 years and have realized that I will have to work forever, and I definitely don't want to be doing direct nursing care forever. I'm considering a masters degree in Health Informatics/Information Management because I would still be in healthcare but the focus would change. I'm trying to make sure I really understand what the degree is all about and how likely it would be that I could find a job with this degree. If it is a degree that I would have to move halfway across the country to find a job, then it would be a waste of time for me. Does this degree focus on money, charting etc? What is the average pay for a masters in this job(if you don't already have experience) and how hard is to find a job?