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how long can u be a nurse for

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Richard’s Answer

Nursing is a lifelong career. You can have a bit of variety as a nurse: inpatient, outpatient clinic, management, or even pursue an advanced degree as a CRNA or nurse practitioner.
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Elizabeth’s Answer

Thank you for your question!

I became a registered nurse (RN) in 1983 and have worked as a nurse and been continually licensed (in two different states) for the entire time!

One of the best parts of Nursing is that it can be a lifetime career because it is so versatile. You can work part-time, full-time or per diem (as needed), whatever fits best for your life and/or financial needs. You can take short-term travel assignments and see the country, or you can choose to travel the world- nurses are needed everywhere! You can begin in one area and easily switch to another if your interests change.

Nurses work in hospitals, in schools, in clinics, in homes, in correctional facilities, for insurance companies or governments, as teachers and testers- the list is nearly endless, so you can always find a job!

Good luck to you! : D
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