Hello all!I am currently an RN BSN in the Neuro ICU/ general stepdown unit at an inner city teaching hospital. After one year of experience, I absolutely HATE my job. I love my coworkers but that's it. I've hated this job for 6 months now but now that I have experience I know I can leave. Due to this job, I now have to have treatment for depression and anxiety. I was wondering if any of you guys had advice as to which specialty I might be interested in. I will lay out my likes and dislikes:likes:-teaching patients & taking the time to do so-being there for those who are hurting-working 3 days a week (flexibility to travel, etc)-the hospital pay and frequent raises-feeling like I've made a difference in someone's life-STEADY busy-ness-when patients are general healthy surgery patients-having to use critical thinking for drips, etc - being fortunate to work day shiftDislikesDISCLAIMER: I know that these might be apparant anywhere unfortunately -being treated like I'm worthless by doctors, more experienced nurses, patients, and sometimes management- dealing with crazies, druggies, and alcoholics- not REALLY HELPING patients (meaning they are so sick with comorbidities we're just putting a bandaid on things) - the physical labor of heavy people- the stress of "messing up" in ICU (I don't mind acuity)- frequent unnecessary trickle orders by interns and residentsI hope ole my likes/dislikes make sense to you guys and maybe give y'all a clearer picture of what I might like. ANY help would be so so appreciated. And again, I know nursing in general is hard and has pros and cons. However, I yearn for a specialty that I feel at home at and can mentally be OK with those cons. Thank you!!