So I was accepted to my school I applied to for their nursing program in the Spring 2021 upcoming semester. I have finished all the non-nursing courses required which will make it easier to work while in the program I think. However, I am positioning myself for post-graduate educational goals (RN-BSN then eventually the final goal being an PA,CRNA, or NP) What should I do for work during this period of time? I have my CNA I cert which I just got as a prereq for my program (which is Wake Tech in Raleigh NC btw) but was going to work in the non-medical field as I have good experience in customer service and can make a good amount ($22-24/hr) in a job I was just offered, granted the hours can be more night time focused which might be harder. I was just curious what the community thought. I would love to work less and make enough to have enough free time at this point to be able to get by without the struggles that have marked this last year what with moving to a new area and all that entails. BTW my stats are I have 73 college credit hours and a 3.75 GPA. My only grade that is not an A out of all the science/math prereqs (I.e. A&P, Precalc, Bio, etc) is Microbio of which I got a high B.