Hello all,I am seeking your expert and experienced advice on a dilemma I have been having. Background: I am in my first year of CNS school. I have been a bedside RN in various hospitals, of different specialties, for seven years now. I feel pretty burnt out from bedside nursing, hence starting CNS school. I am not entirely sure what I want to do with this degree. I chose CNS because I wanted to have more options. NP does not interest me at all, nor does Midwifery or CRNA. What interests me is education and educating patients and families. I do have an interest in becoming a clinical instructor or adjunct teacher. But, like previously stated, I am burnt out of being a bedside nurse. I most enjoyed taking care of end of life patients during my seven years at the bedside. I always had an interest in hospice nursing, but felt I needed more experience and knowledge. I now feel like I have nearly mastered the stress of acute care hospital nursing, and am ready for a change.Dilemma: I have been offered a hospice admissions/patient care resource (prn/per diem) RN position. Pay is not an issue. The issue is, do I leave my hospital job to go to a hospice job knowing that I am graduating in two years? The hospital I currently work for is a very big, productive, well known and amazing hospital. They treat their employees wonderfully. I really like the hospital itself. I just don't like how ANY hospital is run. I don't agree with some politics and some regulations, among other things. And being I will graduate with my CNS in two years, do I stay at this big hospital that probably has more opportunities for a CNS? Or do I change it up and do hospice for two years, then figure out how to apply my CNS education in the hospice company? If I chose to stay in the hospital, I am not sure I want to contribute to all of the hospitals regulations and policies if I can't really agree with them now. (I hope this is making sense to you guys.) Or do I say screw it, do hospice for two years, then try clinical instructing/teaching when I graduate and NEVER return to bedside? What do all you CNS's think would be the best move? What would you do? I have no one who is unbiased that I can bounce ideas off of, and listen to experience from. I do plan on talking to my professors too.Thanks for reading this.