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by Trinity33 Trinity33 (New) New

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I want to begin a nursing program but need to continue working to pay for things.. I have been working for a work from home start up company that manages customer service. I love it, and do not want to lose this job. I work nights which free up my days for school, the only problem is I am required to attend meetings 2 times per month where I have to go home and login to the computer and may run into times I would be in class.

Here is my dilemma: If I choose one school (Rasmussen) They have all day and some evening or even weekend classes. I am wondering if anyone knows how an employer sees the name of the school as any importance as in the school reputation. Will it matter later?

My other choice is weekends at a local Tech College which so far I have not been happy with the instructors and communication from others I have asked for help.

How do employers decide on who to hire, does the school matter?

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Sour Lemon has 9 years experience.

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In general, the school you graduate from does not matter much.

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