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  1. Hi, I am torn between becoming a Surgical Technician or a Respiratory Therapist. I know they are both different fields with different pay scales but both really interest me. From what I have seen, where I am from, RTs will make more money but the demand is not as high as ST. I like how involved RTs are with patients but surgery also really fascinates me. I want a career that is in demand but one that I can also have future growth with. Can anyone give me advice or suggestions on either one? I don't know which to choose. Thanks.
  2. Hello everyone, I'm planning to apply for CSN Spring 2019 program and just want to get a review and tips from someone who is/has been in the program. How would you rate your experience? I know the school has a great reputation but I would just like to hear someone's experience with the school and program first hand. Also, if you have applied here what was your profile score? (if you don't mind sharing) Thanks!
  3. Hello everyone, I'm planning to apply for CSN Spring 2019 program and just want to get a review and tips from someone who is/has been in the program. How would you rate your experience? I know the school has a great reputation but I would just like to hear someone's experience with the school and program first hand. Also, if you have applied here what was your profile score? (if you don't mind sharing) Thanks!
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    Nursing school vs. Baby?

    Hello, looking to get some insight from those of you who have completed nursing school or have been/are in a similar situation. I Just completed all of my pre-requisite courses for my nursing program and will be applying for the upcoming spring 2019 program. However, my husband and I have been married for two years and would like to start a family. If I were to get pregnant now I would sit out one semester of the program and start in August 2019. If not, I would have to wait until I'm 28 years old to have our first baby. My concern is do I have one now while I'm young and risk the stresses of having an infant while in nursing school (his mother does not work, she would babysit) or should we hold off on starting a family until I am finished and have been working for a year? Thanks in advance!
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