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  1. Hi, I am not a nurse. I am not even in nursing school, but I am doing some prerequisite classes to enter nursing school. I know this is a way far away for me, but I just wanted to hear opinion from you all. 1. if you are a CRNA or NP. are you satisfied becoming a CRNA or NP? what is your reason behind this? 2. do you think CRNA or NP will be in demand in 10 years? I've done some research and they are saying they won't need any CRNA or NP in near future 3. what are the pros and cons of being CRNA or NP? 4. when you were a CRNA or NP student, did you also work as RN while in school? how was that experience? any other comments about being CRNA or NP will be greatly appreciated. if you are a CRNA student or NP student please share your experiences as well 🙂. Thank you so much!
  2. Hi, I am a 30 years old trying to get into nursing school. I am currently taking prereqs at local community college. The more and more I research about nursing there is so much negativity forums and articles about nursing. - patients treat you crap - management is terrible - undervalued, underpaid, etc.. I am currently in a totally different field, but I hate my job..and I don't see any future career in this field.. I was always interested in medical field and specifically primary care or anesthesiology and at 30 years old decided to change my field to nursing. my goal was to work as a nurse and purse my career further as NP, PA or CRNA. I've done some research and found out that NP, PA or CRNA will not be in demand in around 10 years and that is taking away my hope as well... I feel so devastated whenever I read about these negativity side of nursing. I have so much fear of maybe not getting accepted to nursing school, failing my NCLEX-RN, not being able to get a job as a nurse. am I overthinking myself? Do you think it is a mistake for me to purse a nursing career? 😞 please share your thoughts