Published Aug 26, 2002
71 members have participated
I have been an RN for almost 4 years now, this is my second career now.
Went to nursing school at the age of 45. LOVE nursing! It's the greatest job in the world! Even when it sucks, it's great. Have now been an RN for three years and wish I had done it a long time ago. :kiss
Been a LVN for about 6yrs now, and before that I was a CNA for 9yrs. I am working on my prereq's for RN now.
I was a CNA for 2 yrs. then I had 3 kids in 1 year( how foolish) was a full time mom til they started school then went back and got my LPN. I have been an LPN for 18 yrs. Now working on my RN slowly and working weekends. After an especially lousey day at work I think about changing my major until I cool off:) :) My daughter is going to school full time for her RN now, Started Nursing 1 last week. My grandmother was a nurse too, it must be a genetic defect.
33 years - would like to think l can do 10 more at least in some form before l retire. :chuckle
LPN & EMT-CT
Was a CNA for 8 years and now as a LPN for 5 years and soon wil be starting RN classes.
i was a cna for 5 yrs, now i'm a RN for 21/2 yrs. i love it most days. like q where we work short handed all the time.
I have been a nurse for 10 wonderful years. Most days, I can't imagine doing anything else, other than I would love to have my own restaurant. And just visit with the customers.
Orca, ADN, ASN, RN
I have done this for almost eight years. I went to nursing school to escape a dead-end desk job that both overworked and underpaid me. I made more in my first year as a nurse than I did in my last year in the other job (with 16 years of experience). Ironically, I went to nursing school in part to get out of corrections, and now I work in the infirmary of a medium-security prison.
A life sentence on the installment plan.
Hi: I've been a nurse for 18 years. almos always exiting, sometimes a little bit boring. It's a great challenge. It's my first choice and my only career, hope to continue for long.
19 years as a RN now!
IN NURSING 28 YEARS NOW,,, AND SLOWLY BURNING OUT, IN REHAB WITH 57 PATIENTS AND 3 NURSES. I MITE RETIRE EARLY!!!!!
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