Hello,I'm 33 year old CNA. I've been a CNA for over 10 years and currently unemployed. I'm taking care of family and back in school. I have 5 years experience working in the Operating room. 5 more years working on nursing floor and being floated everywhere!I have one more semester finishing up prerequisites. I'm in a community college, they offer associate degrees. They currently offer a nursing program as well as a Electroneurodiagnostic technology program. I would like advice on which one I should go into. I've have plenty of experience working with nurses and patients. Everyday is different on wether I want to continue down the path of nursing. I like the flexibility, advancement options and helping people. Sometimes the stress and politics makes me want to go a different direction. Nursing is full of extroverts. I'm more of a introvert, but get along with people just fine. Sometimes nursing drains me though. I've seen many EEG's and Intraoperative monitoring cases. It's very intriguing to me. There seems to be a growing demand and might be an option for me to take. There's definitely more Nursing Jobs currently, however, more competition as well. The END program specializes in sleep studies, nerve conduction tests, EEG's, and evoked potentials. It's a brand new program, making it around only 25 in the nation. It is a specialty with some room to move around in different areas. Research down the road would be a nice option as well.The prerequisites are pretty much the same so I have some time to decide but would like some advice on which one to go into. Any help would be awesome. Please ask more questions if you need more info.