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Working while in nursing school? Help!

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by kitkat104 kitkat104 (New Member) New Member

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I'm currently doing a CNA program and taking my pre-requites for nursing school. I like to plan far into the future, which isn't always a good thing. I'm going to have to work when I get into a nursing school, how else am I supposed to survive? All I hear is you shouldn't work and it's almost impossible to do both. Any advice would be helpful, thanks!

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People do it. It often depends on how bright you are, how motivated, and the type of work and what hours. I can tell you one thing: Don't have any children until AFTER you have completed your education. Moms are the ones that I see struggling with working while going to nursing school. Childless people have it much easier.

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PacoUSA has 7 years experience as a BSN, RN and works as a PCU Nurse.

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It's easier to do if you're pursuing an ADN program versus a BSN program. If however you are pursuing an accelerated BSN your looking at a slim to none chance of being able to work.

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get a job where you can sit around and study like meee =]

works perfectly . its like gettin paid to study

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