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Becoming a Nurse

Summary: A research paper on the job of nursing.
Opportunities in Nursing

Why become a nurse? To begin with, nursing is a rewarding profession that requires only one to two years of full time training. That is why more and more people turn to nursing for a career. The act of helping others on the job makes nurses feel good about their career choice. (Roark)

Before one chooses the greatest job ever, nursing has some basic requirements. A nurse must have a degree from a specialized school or college and must have some hands on experience. Before graduating from nursing school, a nurse must work in a hospital or and type of healthcare facility. Special requirements and special certification exceed the basic skills of entry level nurses. An advanced cardiac critical life support, (A.C.L.S.) certification is required for specialized areas of service, such as Pediatrics, Central Care or Labor and Delivery. A nurse...

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