Hi, I’m Thea Stadden! Thank you for coming to my site, Nurses of Tomorrow. I’ve been a Registered Nurse for 3 years now and before that, I got my Certified Nursing Assistant training and certification which allowed me to start my career. I worked as a CNA for 2 years.
Sure, being a nurse isn’t as well-paid as a Neuro Surgeon or a Pediatrician, but nursing still offers a tremendous amount of content with both job conditions, career opportunities and has a huge reward in the form of satisfaction from helping those in need, sickness, disability and pain.
In fact, the compassion and empathy grow exponentially as you put in days, weeks, months and years into this great profession. You start with a desire and urge to help others, you have the empathy and what nursing will bless you with is that you will be an even better, more caring and loving person as a result of choosing nursing as your career.
Another important fact is that my job (and possibly your future job) is in demand and the job offers are increasing in numbers every single year. The pay is solid and regular. The profession itself is respected and there are various possible ways to get ahead in your career in health care. I created this blog to help others learn how to enter the field, starting off with course and school recommendations to start your career.
If there are any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out!