Nursing Schools worth Going for

LPNNursing school may be tough but in the end it will be worth it for you and your family. You will be able to provide for your family and build a future for them. You will spend long hours in school and long hours at work. But if you are truly devoted to your craft you will focus on keeping it going strong. Even though nursing school can be a struggle for some, many excel in it. Keep reading to learn more about nursing school and the opportunities that await you.

Benefits of Nursing School & Becoming a Nurse

LPN’s are able to enter into professional careers much faster than people who choose many other job paths. Many facilities offer tuition reimbursement for LPN’s who want to further their careers. A good salary may be earned while obtaining more education.

Many health care employers offer well rounded, substantial, benefit packages which LPN’s may take advantage of. Most facilities and agencies offer health, and life insurance. Some offer short and long term disability packages. Paid sick leave, vacation time, and personal leave is offered by most health care employers. Some employers offer discounted gym and day care facility opportunities. Employers may offer discounts for community services, uniforms, and retirement plans. The dollar amount of a benefit package may add thousands of dollars to a compensation plan for LPN’s.

LPN’s are able to choose work schedules which meet their needs. When my children were little, I worked the night shift so that I could be home and available when the children got home from school. Few careers offer the flexibility to work part time and per diem. Nursing is one of the few professions which consistently offer benefits packages to part time employees.

Being nurses, we may choose to work in a great variety of settings. Some of us provide home health care. Others work in doctor’s offices, hospitals, or extended care facilities. We work with people of all ages. Our tasks vary greatly as well. We may focus on disease prevention and health care promotion, or rehabilitation. We are fortunate to have so many career options. If we tire of one type of nursing, we have the opportunity to choose vastly different opportunities to explore.

Conclusion

The benefits of nursing are much more than the personal, strictly job related career benefits. We are privileged people who have the opportunity to comfort people; whether their distress is physical, emotional, mental or spiritual. As nurses, we share humanity’s most intimate moments. It may be in the form of assisting young parents to care with a child with special health needs, or participating in a bedside vigil with the family of a dying patient.

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