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Nurse RN Forum – How stressful? Is it worth it? Other career options in health field?: I currently work as a dsp, and med train…

I currently work as a dsp, and med trained staff. 3years. For me this job is very stressful I get paid 10/hr and working 12hr-23hr shifts. Been through seizures, and falls and the worst behaviors possible considering working with mentally disabled adults. If anything worse were to happen itd be the med trained that would get the first critical hours. I get anxiety thinking things might go wrong but do what needs to get done. The nurses here get treated like gold the med trained staff do the same just get paid less because of no degree. Not to mention we get treated like crap by management. Now ive always considered myself a caring person, so I was thinking of getting more knowledge to go to college for nursing. But can some nurses explain/stories to me how stressful the job actually is when on the floor? Is it worth it?
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