Any white middle aged travel nurses out there?

  1. 0 Just wondering.
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  3. Visit  bostonbakednurse profile page

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  4. Visit  Dixielee profile page
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    Yes there are.
  5. Visit  sirI profile page
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    Yes, there are. Why do you ask this specifically?
    BeautifuLie likes this.
  6. Visit  RNERHOUSESUPOR profile page
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    What is the current number for "Middle Aged"? Oh, yea it changes with your preception of age. When I was 20 I thought my co-workers who were 50 were OLD. Now that I'm 50 I still think I'm young. How does that work??? As far as color, I have speckles.

    Rod
  7. Visit  OldnurseRN profile page
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    I guess I am "middle-aged" if I live to be 120!
    lawryc likes this.
  8. Visit  RN_travlr profile page
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    LOL. Not real sure why you ask but Im 40,SWF....does that count?
  9. Visit  jimbr1 profile page
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    fifty-eight
  10. Visit  RN Zeke profile page
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    We are out here!!!! Working and living my dream..following the wind, (and Jobs)!!
    pnut8377 likes this.
  11. Visit  raedar63 profile page
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    I wonder about age too, seems "middle age" nurses are becomming scarce. I am looking into travel at 49 years old and worry that age will be an issue .
  12. Visit  shushu profile page
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    Right on Zeke!!!!
  13. Visit  sharpeimom profile page
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    how does being "white" factor into your question?
    rntraveler2012 likes this.
  14. Visit  bostonbakednurse profile page
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    Quote from sharpeimom
    [FONT=comic sans ms]how does being "white" factor into your question?
    Actually, "white" does not factor into anything as far as I am concerned.

    I began this thread under another thread "Are there any black middle aged/young nurses out there?"

    I was curious to see the response if I started a similar thread but using an example of a white nurse.

    Under the first thread with a black nurse, there weren't any questions/comments why the writer was asking about being a black nurse.

    And under this thread, as you can see, there were comments/questions why I specifically asked about being a "white" nurse.

    What does this mean? I have no clue. But it is interesting!
    rntraveler2012 likes this.
  15. Visit  sharpeimom profile page
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    Sociology paper assignment, maybe?
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