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Old 06-18-2013, 03:25 PM
bethanyb5
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Default I have a dilemma!

I am currently getting ready to start my third block of nursing school. I am exploring a few options -

I could either enroll in a concurrent enrollment program and begin working on my BSN at the same time as I am getting my RN

or

I could try and find a job as a CNA in a hospital to get my foot in the door to hopefully get a job at when I get my RN. Then, I would work on getting my BSN (3 additional semesters).

I see pros to each one. I could either have my BSN but no "in" for a job or I could get in the door somewhere as a CNA and hopefully have a job right away as an RN, but no BSN. Thoughts?
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