This morning I was sitting at my desk going through the stacks of cards I received for my birthday.
How do you do it? It’s a question I get asked all the time about my job.
As a nurse, there are weeks of work where I don’t sit longer than to quickly shove down my lunch down and to speedily chart.
Recently I was talking with someone who doesn’t know me very well and they asked if I see myself in oncology nursing for the rest of my career.
As a graduate in the middle of the Great Recession with a graphic design and fine art degree, my experience of the job market and career opportunities is greatly skewed.
Essentially the reason for the post is a lot of friends are frustrated in their current jobs.
This is a guest blog from Erin E. She currently resides in Grand Rapids, MI with her family where she works on an inpatient oncology unit.
It was just a short three years ago that I experienced it for the first time, and I was one and a half months into my nursing career.
I have this problem. I am a walking contradiction. My personality type is INFJ (Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging).