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I want to be a nurse with a 9-5 job w/ weekends and holidays off

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Are you ready for Halloween? Do you have a costume to wear?

If you had to choose a costume what would it be and why?

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NutmeggeRN has 25 years experience as a BSN and specializes in kids.

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School nurses do...!

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SHGR is a MSN, RN, CNS and specializes in nursing education.

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I'm thinking the costume wouldn't be scrubs and a stethoscope, then.

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merlee has 36 years experience.

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Why am I NOT laughing?

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I am not a nurse (yet), but from what I've heard from other nurses, this is a very accurate depiction of the nursing career. You'd be lucky to get this kind of a schedule after years and years of experience.

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tnmarie specializes in geriatrics, hospice, private duty.

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Teehee funny. I think MD office nurses get that kind of schedule BUT most MD offices around here are opting for UAPs in the place of licensed office nurses.

I'm currently underemployed and the only hours I can get are on weekends working 7p-7a ( though I would prefer 2nd shift and not 9-5 and I don't particularly care if I get holidays off :)).

hey_suz said:
I'm thinking the costume wouldn't be scrubs and a stethoscope, then.

Even though he is a nurse who has come in scrubs, he has come as something that doesn't exist (a nurse who works 9-5 c weekends and holidays off).

I know, I know: "Eplaining a joke is like dissecting a frog: you understand it better, but the frog dies in the process." Mark Twain

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IGiveTheShots has 3 years experience and specializes in Pediatrics.

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I'm a nurse who works 8-4 with weekends and holidays off! Left the PICU for public health/school nursing for the county and it was the best decision I ever made. Oh, and to support your statement, I wear business casual. :)

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echoRNC711 has 27 years experience as a BSN and specializes in cardiac CVRU/ICU/cardiac rehab/case management.

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9-5 In a hospital....right....and I'm second in line to the pope!

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Does 7a-5p count? And yes I work in a hospital. No holiday or weekends

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LTCNS is a LPN and specializes in Clinical Documentation Specialist, LTC.

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I just accepted an 8am-5pm Mon-Fri. job in a wound care clinic and I give God all the glory. I start November 5th :)

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LTCNS said:
I just accepted an 8am-5pm Mon-Fri. job in a wound care clinic and I give God all the glory. I start November 5th 🙂

How did you get into wound care? Did you need specific certification?

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Hygiene Queen specializes in ......

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Work 5 days a week?

Oh, heck no!

I like having days off during the week and try to avoid working more than 2 days in a row if I can help it!

I do not want to get up and go to work 5 days in a row... :no:

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