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Nurse RN Forum – Should I become a RN? kinda at a dead end right now…: Actually one of the reasons I wanted to …

Actually one of the reasons I wanted to do nursing is the flexibility of hours and I would actually prefer to work nights, even graveyard shifts. I do not want to work 40 hour weeks or 5 days a week, so as long as I have that freedom, I think I can be content. My boyfriend does not smoke weed and he is an accountant. I’d obviously quit smoking if I was trying to get hired, especially if they are doing drug tests and I do not reek of pot smoke. I smoke very little but daily out of my vaporizer. If possible, I would rather just do the 2 year degree and start there and if I get really into it or want to expand my knowledge, then complete the other 2 years. I can do that right? Not sure what the situation is for other states but I think it’s probably a little easier to get a nursing job in metro Atlanta. But one of my other worries is finding a place that will accept new grads, that is a problem for some people isn’t it?
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