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Registered Nurse (RN) Career Guide

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Real-Life Registered Nurse (RN) Job Profiles

Below is a list of links to anonymous job profiles of REAL PEOPLE who have filled out our survey and offered to share their insights with our users about their job in the Registered Nurse (RN) field.
IDJob TitleGenderAgeEarningsCity & StateDate
33812Case ManagerMale44 None SetPearland, TX01/01/2010
33752Registered NurseFemale42 $49,920Springfield, PA01/01/2010
33706Registered NurseFemale44 $65,000Covington, LA01/01/2010
33710Registered NurseFemale37 $75,000Winston Salem, NC01/01/2010
33610Registered NurseFemale53 $70,000East Marion, NY01/01/2010

Overview

Nurses make a difference in the lives of their patients every time they go into work. A nurse can treat patients, offer guidance, and provide emotional support for patients and their family members during even the most trying times. It can be an incredibly challenging career, with stressful situations and long hours being the norm in some jobs; however, for the right type of person, there?s nothing more rewarding than being a nurse. Just read some of our nursing career profiles to read about this first-hand.

Nurses can put their skills and education to use in a wide array of jobs. For those who manage stress well, a career as an ER nurse could be a good fit. For someone who enjoys working with children, perhaps working as a pediatric nurse or a school nurse would be preferable. The opportunities are limitless!


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