Published Apr 1, 2003
Hey, I'm wondering what the level of job satisfaction is of those of you reading this. If you feel like it, answer two really quick questions:
1. What is your current level of job satisfaction on a scale of 1-10. I'd say a one means you are chomping at the bit to find greener pastures, dread going to work every day, hate it, hate it, hate it. About a 5, maybe you are wishing you were somewhere else, but wondering, "Is the grass always greener...?" Hate it some days, kind of like it other. A 10, you LOVE your job, no plans to leave, happy, happy to go to work every day. Etc, etc. You don't have to explain, just give a #.
2. In what area of nursing are you working?
Me: 6.5, cardiac surgery icu.
llg, PhD, RN
7.0 Staff development with some administrative responsibilities
7.5 Pneumonia Case Mgr.
9.5 Medical auditor in a hospital compliance department
Nursing background now working as Hospital Performance Improvement Coordinator
5. Hate it some days, kind of like it other.
7.5 home health.
7.5 most of the time.
CHF/medical telelmetry unit
Our combined average is just above a 7 so far- I didn't expect it to be that high.
uaually about a 9
overall 8-9. I make my schedule, work with great people and have loved OB so far.
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