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Old 12-06-2023, 09:59 AM
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Originally Posted by metamorphosis View Post
Not knowing what is completely involved in a nursing degree, an Associate Degree in Arts sounds like a waste of time and money, but it’s over.

My suggestion would be to stop the food delivery, and try to get a job at a hospital, clinic or doctor office. You already do a bit of leverything in your current job, and it seems you could “get your foot in the door” by being a “gopher” at a place where you can learn things that have everything to do with nursing and would very likely have people who would support and help you get through school.

I live near Detroit and I’m willing to bet that many places would welcome a young person willing to work. That’s a limited commodity these days in that area.

Michigan Orthopedic Surgeons has several locations and several (varied) job openings . . . (Saw a job openings sign this week.)
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