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Adult/GNP VS FNP

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I'd like to advance my nursing career and get my masters. After doing a lot of research as well as reading a lot on this website I have come to the conclusion that I either want to be an Adult/Gerontological NP or a FNP. I live in MI where the economy is not that good. I think that as a FNP one would have more job security over a GNP.

I would really appreciate any feedback you might have for me on this subject.

Not necessarily more job security but it would likely be easier to secure a position. I would go with FNP as you will be able to provide care from birth to death. I assume you are wanting to do primary care only, correct?

traumaRUs, MSN, APRN, CNS

Specializes in Nephrology, Cardiology, ER, ICU. Has 27 years experience.

FNP is the way to go IMHO.