Nursing Career Statement

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For as long as I remember, becoming a registered nurse was always my dream career; at first I had looked in to becoming a physician assistant but it became clear to me as I looked much deeper into both career choices and got first hand experience, I would want to pursue being a CRNA. As long as I remain on track and transfer into a nursing program after this year, I could see myself transitioning very smoothly into the health care field. As of right now, the health care field is the only career path I can envision myself not only being in, but staying in for as long as I am working. For as long as I’m working, I do not care about the money but simply to make a difference in peoples lives; I want to be someone they remember for being compassionate …show more content…
I’m aware that nurses do not necessarily have the most exciting jobs but I really do enjoy the amount of patient interaction they have and tasks they have to perform. This course if anything has sparked my interest even more in nursing; when we had multiple guest speakers, no other career really sparked my interest other than the registered nurses. I found myself not only engaged in their presentations but producing some of the best reflection papers. There are so many factors that make me want to pursue nursing; I enjoy the amount of opportunities I would have and that I would not be restricted to just one environment and age group. My value tie in very well with nursing and I think that would make me an even stronger nurse. I value my family and friends to no extent; they are what add joy and excitement to my life. These individuals love me unconditionally and give me endless support, they are my number one priority always. One of my downfalls may be that I choose health over work and social life; I view health in two ways, which are physical health and mental health. I enjoy working out and keeping my body in the best shape possible; I feel keeping myself in shape makes me perform better, even just doing everyday task. When it comes to …show more content…
If I am not genuinely happy I feel life in general is just so black and white, and what’s the point of that? Life is meant to be enjoyed and exciting; waking up each day should be something you look forward to not dread. Things such as status and autonomy are areas in my life I don’t focus on but I know I definitely should begin to considering as I get older, they will be a significant part of my life. Some things that make me fall in love with life a little more are working out and simply just

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