Well thank you both for your opinions, I'm still accepting ! Actually, today, I went ahead and enrolled into the program. I just feel like even if I do get my Ma, I'm still gonna hve my CNA on hand, and I still should be able to work in hospitals with that alone, with nothing to do with MA, however, I do understand that there will be some hospitals that require u to have specialized licensed to do specific skills such as phlebotomy.
I'm looking to exit geriatric care for a while, I'm young, 23, with no children, why not ? LPN nor RN is in session right now, and I want to be occupying getting further educated with something that has to do with assisting my future healthcare career until its time to enroll for them again. I have been out of college for 4 years, all of my classmates just finished getting their bachelors in something and I feel very behind, so therefore I don't want to continue sitting here in this small town where I am, and just work until its time to enroll in school during the fall, when I can go right now, and be finishing close to time .
Yes, becoming an MA will mean having a career, but I desire multiple careers, so its not going to stop for me here. I will ge tmy RN degree very soon, but all I'm saying is, while I am working, I can be going to school, obtaining bigger and more skills that what I have, and be making more money while doing so.
Thanks for comments, please continue !