two full time jobs for a new grad - page 4
Has anyone ever worked 2 fulltime jobs or is it possible? what are your experiences and how long did you last if ever you did work 2 full time jobs?... Read More
Nov 30, '06Occupation: CTICU RN Specialty: 6 year(s) of experience ; Joined: Sep '03; Posts: 444; Likes: 7I just graduated in May and passed boards July 29th. I've been off orientation for one month (just made it through my first schedule of being on my own! whew!) and I can't imagine working more than three 12 hour shifts a week. I thought I'd be working tons of OT now that I'm on my own. Ha! To be honest, I am way to stressed to even be thinking about working any other days. MAYBE in the next month or 2 I will pick up an 8 once or twice a pay period. I thought that it was just me, so am relieved to see that experienced nurses recommend not to pick up a lot of extra hours. To the OP, I'm glad you are rethinking! :spin:
Nov 30, '06From: US ; Joined: Feb '05; Posts: 2,694; Likes: 126Quote from rn/writerIf you work two full-time jobs, you won't have time to come here to allnurses.com. How scary is that! :selfbonk: :smackingf :uhoh21:
Nov 30, '06Occupation: Day Surgery/Infusion/ED Specialty: Day Surgery/Infusion/ED ; Joined: Feb '06; Posts: 1,405; Likes: 47Quote from aph401Yeah, then you could screw up majorly and lose your license, or fall asleep driving home and kill yourself or someone else.i agree with everyone else, that it isn't a good idea, but i can't help but think of being a new grad, working at base pay, and between the 2 jobs, starting off making over 80-90k a year. that WOULD be awesome.....
That would be awesome.:stone