Poll: Nurse and law enforcement couples

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by ixchel ixchel Member Nurse

Specializes in critical care.

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Nurses/future nurses, is your significant other law enforcement?

  1. 1. Nurses/future nurses, is your significant other law enforcement?

    • 94
      Yes, My significant other is
    • 155
      No, My significant other is not

249 members have participated

Farawyn

Has 25 years experience. 12,646 Posts

Affirmative.

Here.I.Stand, BSN, RN

Specializes in SICU, trauma, neuro. Has 16 years experience. 5,047 Posts

Mine's a CFO

Farawyn

Has 25 years experience. 12,646 Posts

Mine's a CFO

Crusty Financial Officer?

SusanFLRN

SusanFLRN

Specializes in Geriatrics. 12 Posts

No, my husband is a welder. I once thought this was a common, my MIL is also a nurse and FIL is a welder. We have several friends that are nurse/welder marriages.

AnthonyD

AnthonyD

Specializes in Critical Care, Med-Surg. Has 7 years experience. 228 Posts

My wife works a regular office-type job.

Determined2017

Determined2017

10 Posts

No, my husband is a production manager.

Sirena80

Sirena80

81 Posts

Mine is, but we were married before he became an officer and I entered healthcare. Many of the people he works with are married to nurses too. I always thought it was funny because I didn't realize how common it was until he joined the force.

Eleven011

Eleven011

Specializes in Home Health,Dialysis, MDS, School Nurse. Has 20+ years experience. 1,235 Posts

He isn't anymore, but when I met and married my husband, he was a police officer.

nursemeanie

nursemeanie

Has 10 years experience. 65 Posts

I was married to one, but not anymore!

NOADLS

NOADLS

832 Posts

I've seen over 9000 of those couples.

WellThatsOod

WellThatsOod

897 Posts

Nope, hubby is an electrician.

He was in the military though. Fought in the Gulf War.

WKShadowNP, DNP, APRN

Specializes in Hospital medicine; NP precepting; staff education. Has 21 years experience. 1 Article; 2,077 Posts

We were married before embarking on our careers. Hubby was a paramedic, then general manager. Now I am extremely proud that he is an LMSW.

Edited by WKShadowRN