If you "hate nursing" I don't think you will be happy with any position with direct patient care in a hospital setting-not trying to be harsh. You will always have stressors with any area in nursing. It is the nature of the job. I have 30 years experience with 20 years of bedside nursing. The last 10 years of my bedside nursing career I worked mother-baby. I thought this will be a low-stress area. After all, these patient's are not sick, they just had a baby. WRONG! Even though these patient's were not "sick" there were a lot of days and nights I did not get a break the entire 12 hours shift. For an entire 2 years I was the only RN at night with two LPN's who were in ADN school. I had my own assignment, being in charge, giving all the IV meds to fresh C/S, getting sleepy babies to breastfeed, putting orders in the EMR and half the time we did not have a tech. Now I work in medical review and have for 10 years. I love this area of work but even here there are stressors. You mentioned VAS work. I remember seeing those nurses being run ragged in the hospital. The lease stressful job I have had in nursing was being a maternity case manager for an insurance company. I was there for a year and was pregnant. At 8 months pregnant my supervisor was keeping count of every time I had to go to the restroom. It's always something. You might enjoy an educator's role, telehealth, telephone triage, clinic's and doctor's office. Hang in there if you can and get a little more experience to make yourself more marketable. But don't do this at the expense of your mental and physical health.