Go or Stay

  1. I have been an LPN for 32 years , I am 49 years old and I have years to work before retirement. Should I stay in my going no where job? Desperately seeking a LPN to RN bridge in the evening, hybrid or weekend program in ga or ala.
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    Joined: Sep '16; Posts: 2
    from GA , US


  3. by   BSNbeDONE
    Yes, you should stay in your 'going nowhere job'...until you find another one. What area are you working in now? If you're planning to return to school, I would suggest that you stay where you are until you get through school. The last thing one should do is to start several new endeavors all at once. That's one of the fastest ways to fail at one or all of them.

    You know the routine at your job. I think you should stay there, at the very least, until you adjust to the demands of nursing school once again. Besides, new employers may not be as accommodating with schedule changes when it comes time for your clinicals.