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what do i do Tell me what to do or show me what to do?

how much do I get paid working as a nurse or doctor

why do nurse have to do four years of collage
when do we get to be in the field of working
what do we do when somebody is threating a nurse

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Emily’s Answer

You can become a registered nurse with a 2 year associates degree. A bachelor’s degree in nursing takes 4 years. Sometimes the job opportunities are the same for Associates and Bachelor nurses, but not always.

Nurses pay rates vary greatly by location but a good estimate for starting hourly pay as a nurse is around $30/hr. Doctors make a lot more but they have a lot more years of training.
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Bill’s Answer

Pay varies widely depending on where you work and what you’re doing. One good way to get involved take a two year program, like an associate of science degree in nursing, and then go to work for a health organization that will pay your tuition to get a bachelors degree if that’s what you want. Or you may be able to start working as a nursing assistant and then receive tuition reimbursement from your organization to continue your nursing studies. I have spent almost all of my nursing career in the emergency department, and I can say that for the most part I felt pretty safe. you do have to develop a strategy for keeping yourself safe.
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Sophia M.’s Answer

You can go to school get associates in nursing which is 2 years, the jobs may be limited but doesn't mean you cant do it. Some nurses do this work as RN then go back to get the other 2 years complete a bachelors.

If you want to go straight to bachelors it takes 4 years.


Nurses are not always threaten by patients depends on department choice to work. The ER is stressful and may experience this more type patients than other depts. Its not stressful and very safe

Thank you comment icon When you consider what nurses and doctors do, you want them to be well educated and prepared to manage whatever situation arrives. Some hospitals will help cover the cost of a nursing degree. Consider applying for a job at an HCA hospital. Jane Chien
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Robin’s Answer

Getting a four year (or bachelor’s degree) in nursing allows you to further your education. You can go back to school to become a nurse practitioner or a clinical nurse specialist or even a nursing professor.

If you get threatened in the work setting, you can call either security or the police, depending upon the degree of the threat.
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