5 Things You Need to Give up to Get a Nursing Job
Adam Starr | NursingLink
Money Matters, but It Isn’t Everything.
Nursing salaries vary widely, depending on the place, education, and specialty you are working in. Some of you will earn considerably more and others considerably less, that’s to be expected when you consider cost of living and other factors. When you entered nursing school you may have had dreams of being the next Florence Nightingale, but reality doesn’t always match up. More people are entering nursing now than ever before, which means that the nursing degree isn’t as valuable as it once was. What used to set you apart with a BSN may now require a master’s degree or other professional degree.
The Good News:
At this point, if you are lucky enough to be offered a position and the money is enough to cover your bills and, more importantly, it starts you on a nursing career path towards your long-term goals, then take it. You need experience and professional skills more than you need big paychecks right now. Work hard, learn a lot, challenge yourself, grow in your experience and the money will come later.