Where do you work? Or what do you do for a living?

Canada
November 13, 2006 4:58pm CST
Are you a business person, a doctor, a psychiatrist, a warehouseman, a retail worker?
3 responses
@ilse72 (1453)
• United States
14 Nov 06
I'm an R.N. (registered nurse) who has worked ICU/CCU, dermatology, OB/GYN, same day surgery, school nurse and, mostly, E.R. I retired two years ago though so that I could spend time with my pets, work on our home and travel on business with my husband.
• Canada
14 Nov 06
I have dreams to become an R.N. I've heard so many mixed feelings towards it. I have a strong desire to help people and feel that nursing would be a career that would help fill this void. I envy you.
@ilse72 (1453)
• United States
14 Nov 06
Nursing is a wonderful profession and very rewarding. You can even choose to work in a specialty. Some will require additional training but that is provided by your place of employment and can be on the job training or involve attending seminars and classes. Specialties that require additional training are: ICU, CCU, OR, neonatal and ER. I wish you luck with your career choice! P.S. Thanks for the best response!
@carmat (2850)
• Canada
14 Nov 06
I'm a stay at home mom. It's the most rewarding job in the world! When the kids are a little older I would like to get into nursing.
• Canada
14 Nov 06
You are lucky to be a stay at home mom! I hope I can too someday!
• United States
14 Nov 06
I am a full time college student (going for nursing)and a full time mom
• Canada
14 Nov 06
Wow sure sounds like you are busy. You must find it hard to find time to yourself. Kuddos to you! Keep up the excellent work!