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  1. Thanks, I suppose I could move somewhere else then. Eventually I would want to come back home (So Cal) though. Once I have a year of experience is it relatively easier to find a job, or still not much different (in that case how about 2 years?)
  2. Thanks. Will having an MSN be a significant advantage for me, or is this also not a big factor?
  3. Hi, I've read that many new grads are having a tough time finding work. Is this the case for all shifts or just the "standard" ones? I can work any shift including nights and weekends so I'm wondering if this will make the job search easier (or if it doesn't matter, and its tough regardless) Thanks
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    Finance Degree + MSN?

    The grass is always greener on the other side :) Outside of a top 25 program, $100k is many more than a "few" years away for an MBA grad. My nursing school prereq grades are stellar and my finance grades are average (yes, I was contemplating nursing before which is why I took them) Schooling will cost $10k for the MSN vs $50-120k MBA. And this may sound crazy but I actually want to spend the next 40 years as a nurse and a $20k salary difference (which is more realistic) doesn't change that :)
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    Finance Degree + MSN?

    Hi all, I'm working towards a finance degree but want to get into the nursing profession. There is a closeby Entry Level Masters (EL-MSN) program that I am considering. I'm just curious if the Finance degree will help at all. (Even if it won't I would certainly be happy as a staff nurse) Thanks!
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