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What was the hardest part of completing your career ?

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Elda’s Answer

Hardest part of completing my career: I hope I’m interpreting your question correctly, but I’m thinking you’re talking about the school part of medical education. In nursing you can be a licensed vocational/practical nurse or registered nurse. Both require schooling but for different lengths of time & your nursing responsibilities are slightly different. I chose to get my bachelor degree and that requires four years of schooling. I think the hardest part of the process was the stress of caring for patients while still a student in the process of learning. It can be frustrating for you , the patient, and the instructor. But in reality, I’m still learning even after almost twenty years.
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Deandra’s Answer

Your career isn't something you simply "finish." It's a continuous journey towards perfection. They say it takes years to become an expert at anything. So, tighten your belt, concentrate, and give it your all for as long as possible!
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Karen’s Answer

There is no hard part. You're a always learning and growing. Evo can be challenging but if it's something you love is not hard. Make sure you are entering the field because you REALLY want to do it. Otherwise, it's always going to be hard. It's easy when you love what you do.
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