Published Jul 19
Has anyone ever worked with a nursing career coach? I'm curious how the experience was.
I'm graduated and went straight to the OR and started traveling after about 18 months. I like many aspects of the role, but I'm really tired of what comes with it:
Basically, I want to be responsible for my own work and not be in a situation where other people's apathy is my problem to sort.
When I started nursing school, there was so much talk about how there's so many things you can do as a nurse, but the options seem to be limited to the floor, home health, clinic, and LTC.
I'd like to figure out what opportunities exist beyond that low hanging fruit, and I thought a career counselor could help.
Does anyone have a suggestion?
MaxAttack, BSN, RN
I've never heard of a nursing career coach but take a look around this site and see if anything interests you.
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