True to my monicker, I love numbers and I work with numbers. I had been an actuarial consultant for 7 years then an investment analyst for 4 years. I am now working as a strategic planner. While pay is good, I am tempted to try nursing because that would pay more. To be perfectly honest, I am squeamish about a lot of things (puke, poop and the like). But I can work on that.People in my country are going ga-ga about nursing. It is indeed the passport to the land of milk and honey. In fact, one of my Mom's friend got hired somewhere in the East Coast. I am so damn green with envy when I learned that her friend earns about 2.5Million (in my country's currency) a year. That would be my salary for about 3 years or so. Recently, I've been looking at switching to nursing and take advantage of the shortage in nurses not just in the US but also in other parts of the globe as well. But, I have come across so many horrid stories in the net about Nursing Jobs that scared the hell out of me. I mean I can surely get over my "squeamishness" about stuff but to be in constant stress -- as I have read, gives me second thoughts.Please help. Should I switch or not?