Should I quit nursing school-2 years in?


I am 20 years old attending college for an RN-BSN degree. I am in my sophomore year (freshmen year was all pre-requesite classes) and just started clinicals. Since high school, I've been set on going into nursing. I only did this because I knew I was interested in the medical field and liked learning about health/science, but actually facing the reality of nursing...I'm not so sure I like it. I have been a nursing assistant at a nursing home for 2 years and HATE it. It's always been a fear that nursing would be similar to a nursing assistant (I've gotten mixed opinions). I dread going to clinicals, and I just keep hearing how so many nurses hate their jobs and how incredibly stressful it is. I was considering working at a clinic, but I did some research and found out that most nurses that work in doctor's offices need years of experience at a hospital before they can work there. I really don't think working in a hospital as a nurse is for me. Would it be a mistake to switch majors? I've been thinking about maybe going for a Radiation Therapist degree because it is still in working in health care but it doesn't seem so stressful (and they make more money). Any advice would be greatly appreciated!! :)

Although Im not a nurse yet, I have worked as a medical secretary for about ten years. I've worked in some many different areas.. dermatology, peds, gyn, internal, neurology. Don't give up invested so much time already. Different departments, different levels of work. In my opinion even if you wasn't crazy about nursing I would finish it up, try it out hands on. My girlfriend works in the allergy department, she said her job is a breeze compared to nurses in internal medicine who are running like their head is chopped off. Not sure where you are but in New York there are so many options of what sector you can go in. Pharmaceuticals companies hire nurses, visiting nursing services, school nurse, some hospitals have fgp( faculty group practices) you get the benefits of working in a hospital but its a replica of a small office... the sky is the limit ; )