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Nurse RN Forum – RN or OTR?: Things about OT that I like: -A more …

Things about OT that I like: -A more comfortable work environment. -One-on-one with patients. -No holidays or weekends, most likely. -I could be creative with treatment. -I love the idea of treating holistically. Things about OT that I’m not quite sure about: -School cost… oh my gosh! It would end up costing me 80-100k or more in loans for the tuition alone! That’s not counting books and cost of living… -Harder to get into a school. Because of my lackluster undergrad gpa, I have a smaller number of schools that I could apply to. Even though I know my grades will be much more competitive with my pre-reqs, it still wouldn’t be enough and I might not get accepted anywhere. -Continuing on that note, I have a year of pre-reqs to do for OT school. If I was to go for OT, I would have a year of classes to take before I could TRY to get into OT school. Things about nursing I like: -The options are so endless with nursing!!! I could remain an RN or go back to school for my BSN, MSN, NP, midwife…. -There are so may avenues I could take, even just with my RN. I could go into psych, acute care, hospice, etc. -There is ALWAYS plenty of overtime to be had! -So much learning! I could be a scrub nurse and learn about surgeries. How stinking cool is that? -In 2 years I would have my RN and could work while furthering my education. Things I don’t like about nursing… -I’ve only worked in a LTC facility but the nurses always seem so stressed out. -Standing for 8-16 hours a day. -Unpleasant patients. -”Nurses eat their young”… as a CNA, I see the tension between the nurses and it’s less than civil at times. Any insight you could provide would be much appreciated because I feel s
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