Registered Nurse

Katia Jimenez's Individual Career Plan

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Hello welcome to my flyer that explains my future career. I will be showing you what a nurse does and show you the basic day of a nurse. A nurse is a very important job to take on and it takes lots of patients and you have to be very friendly and kind to everyone.
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About Me!

I am currently a high school student. I am planning to go to a community college and maybe later on get my bachelor's degree in nursing. My dream job is to be able to help as much people I can and work at many different locations. And later on I plan to become a midwife. I want to be a nurse because I feel that I am a very nice generous person and I suit the qualities for a nurse. Their is a lot of people out their who need medical assistant and I am willing to help out.
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What Does a Registered Nurse Do

A nurse encounters many problems throughout his or her day, but they are always kept busy all. Nurses do so much more than just giving shots to the patients. Nurses work in much more places than in the hospital, they work at clinics, schools, prisons, and much more. They treat patients from all different ages. Nurses keep record of the patient’s health, give medication, and they try to understand new technology and tools.
Day in the Life: Registered Nurse


Nursing school and training takes a lot of work and effort but it all pays off at the end. There are many degrees that you could take in order to become successful. You could have an associate’s degree which takes 3 years and that is offered at a community college. After that it’s optional to get a bachelor’s degree which takes 4 years to complete and it’s offered at universities or colleges Also it is recommended to take a summer job at a health care center or at a hospital so it could enhance your nursing application.

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A nurse makes about $66,220 according to reports in 2013. But depending on your job you get paid differently because there are different jobs a nurse does. There are RN’s, Nurse Practitioner, and a Physician Assistant. "The BLS reports the median salary for a registered nurse was $66,220 in 2013. The best-paid 10 percent of RNs made more than $96,320, while the bottom 10 percent earned less than $45,630
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