I became an LPN in 2013, and I have not exactly fallen in love with nursing. I want to do something I have passion for and I have always wanted to go to school for a masters in social work. That was my plan before I became an LPN, but now I am wondering if it is worth it. I already have a TON of student loan debt, as I was undecided on a major, took out huge loans. I have two years of college gen Ed credits which I'm sure will transfer to the university of my choice. However, I am wondering if going through all those years of school and putting myself into more debt will even be worth it.I HATED nursing school and I cannot imagine going through it again to become an RN. I feel like I would enjoy the social work studies much more. However, I don't know if the salary for a entry level social worker will be worth the years of schooling it will take. I know the job options are probably much less than the options for an RN. I know there are many areas to explore in nursing but I feel like I just want to get out. I work in home health and don't hate my job now but would like to do something more challenging that interests me more.I don't know if I will stay an LPN, become an RN or go the social work route. I feel so lost at this point in my life because I want to have a profession that I love. I don't know if that's asking too much, if I am just being naiive by wanting more fulfillment. Any thoughts?