ICU vs IR

  1. Nursing is my 2nd career. I worked for 1 year as a a med-surg RN, then have done 1.5 years as a neuro ICU RN at an inner city, level 1 trauma center. I am tired of families; they stress and exhaust me. However, I love learning all sorts of things in the ICU. My co workers are team players and I can count on them all. My manager is fantastic. (A rarity, right?) I recently received a job offer for a position in IR. I won't have to deal with families, and turns, and med passes. However, will I stop learning after awhile? Will it pidgeon-hole me? I also want to be happy. I'm in my 40s and want to have a less stressful career. Anyone out there have any insight?
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