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- Feb 12, '11 by WittyUsernameThis is not exclusive to nursing everyone. I worked in a restaurant in college where the manager made ~$50,000/yr but ended up working 65 hrs/wk to cover people. Most of us were part-time wage, but if we had worked full-time we probably would have made more.
A lot of the problems I hear on this board aren't a nursing specific problem, rather a microcosm of the working world.
- Mar 29, '11 by fullefect1Quote from showbizrnTop level management? Wouldn't this require you to be a lower level manager before jumping to the top level?EXPERIENCED STAFF NURSES MAKE MORE $$$ THAN NURSE MANAGERS!!!
If you're looking
to make the big bucks
Go for top level management positions
(Associate/Assistant Director of Nursing/Dept Head, Director of Nursing).
Or else you will burn out
like so many
Nurse Managers do.