Have you ever heard of the path of least resistance?
Oh you have, splendid – I’ll be taking about how to become a registered nurse the right way and the intricate details you need to get started with your degree today. First off, let me ask you something… do you already have your RN certification?
If so, you might be further interested in online RN to BSN programs that can help you further your career – if that’s you, research that process.
Nursing is a very different kind of career – the industry can run you ragged if you’re not careful.
My best advice is to be 100% sure it’s something you want to explore before jumping in – here’s the thing, you’ll never know if it’s 100% right for you from the start, life doesn’t work that way1… you can mull over the idea and make the decision… from there, you take what life gives you.
Some people think that nurses are generally underpaid – while this can be possible, it’s usually not the case if you work in any major city – the reason being, demand is always high and the budget usually allows for plenty of staff at hospitals and positions that are doing well.
With Obama care in the works, healthcare is certainly changing, but the jobs and opportunities certainly aren’t going anywhere, how could they? More people die and are born into the world everyday, healthcare careers will be around for as long as humans are.
Where health is a factor, we feel very strongly at RN Rights that everyone should get fair rights, even supplement product manufacturers – we hear them, from time to time, trying to shortcut processes, and sometimes this isn’t in the right when it comes to customers… but some supplement companies are very honest and seem to only get bullied by regulating bodies like the FDA
Take this popular bodybuilding product review page for example – I think it’s great that they’re disclosing the product details and ingredients, that’s on the up and up; now, a few people have had health problems, and have even died from this same product in the last year. I know that sounds really, really harsh, but hear me out.