Published Nov 17, 2010
You are reading page 3 of if you had to do it all over again, what profession would u choose?
AnnieOaklyRN, BSN, RN, EMT-P
Paramedic, oh, wait, I already do that... :)
Well, I have to say that so far nursing has been going well for me, and I'm very excited about (possibly...hopefully!) becoming a nurse practitioner in the future. But...
I do love to cook and bake, and if culinary ventures had the same stability/potential for advancement/income potential as nursing, I'd love to go to pastry school and then open my own bakeshop and coffee house.
Just remember the grass is always greener...
i'm coming to nursing from another profession, so if i could start all over again i would have chosen nursing to begin with.
if not nursing, i wanna be a pilot! makes me wonder, how they can balance and make airplane fly. also because i could travel and the good thing is that, no traffic at all.
ohh im a dreamer..
If not professional duckpin bowler or lottery winner, I still would have been a nurse but gone into midwifery in my mid thirties. I am an RN w/ MSN but long for something more clinical than education and now I am an old grey lady. I still may be a CNM when i grow up!:)
At 22 I wanted to be a nurse.....what can I say--I tend to have a one-track mind. Lottery winner would be nice; I could still nurse but do it part-time.....so I could travel more.....
A ICU nurse
A veterinarian (which is what I wanted to be as a child) or a therapeutic riding instructor. Heck, I'm 23...so who knows? If this whole nursing thing doesn't start fulfilling me soon I'll pursue something else. I don't care much about the money. I just want a job where I would not rather kill myself than go to work. No joke.
I'd like to work with Billy the Exterminator.
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