first, please PLEASE please
stop saying wanna
. It isn't a word. Thanks.
Here's what you need to know. there are several areas of nursing that will fit into your ideal model but the problem is you can't get one of those jobs without having the kind of experience that makes you a good candidate for the jobs. Before thinking about the years of experience you will need to get the kind of job you are hoping to get one day you will still have to get through years of nursing school in which you will deal with baths and pee and poop and vomit. You will be working and studying some crazy long hours and you will miss time in the gym. It will not only cut into your gym time but it will eliminate it sometimes, there will be days you cannot go period. Sometimes you can go all day and sometimes you will go a day or two or three and you won't have stepped near a stack of weights. Are you going to be ok with that?
You said there are parts of nursing that don't interest you and I understand that but I hope you understand that you will be doing all kinds of things that don't interest you, the list won't stop at bathing and pee trust me! But it won't matter, you have to not only do what doesn't interest you, you have to do it very well or you won't graduate.
Higher education is an investment. You can look into programs that are more cost effective and of course it doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg but you really can't expect it will be cheap! Look into what grants or scholarships
you might qualify for and that will help.
You are choosing your career path based on the cost and what other people tell you is and isn't Worth it. Not the way to choose a career. You choose something you have a high interest in and believe you will be very good at doing.
There are 3 words to consider when choosing a career option, Cheap, Fast, Good.
You can have two of those things, but not all three.
If your education is cheap and fast, it's not good.
If it's fast and good, it's not cheap.
If it's cheap and good, it's not fast.
Your user ID says a lot about you, it was a personal ID you chose for yourself. Notice it doesn't say anything that makes us think Nurse in any way?