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Hi my dob is April 1/82. My question is I'm currently upgrading my nursing part time I work in a physicians office mon-Fri where the pay isn't great but I have a lot of flexibility and weekends off. I've just been offered part time at a hospital working nights weekends. The pay is greater but is it wise for me to accept it now? Or should I deny it? Especially with school right now. I'm also moving in less then a month so I need to be able to live comfortably as stress free as possible during the 4 years of schooling.

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Hello Joanna

I see you staying with the job you have,
realizing that it is the least stressful,
and more stable of the 2 positions.

Nursing is a challenging course of education,
with many hours needed for homework and studying.
Having a hospital job that changes days, and has
you working nights will keep you in a constant state
of being tired.

I hope this helps you

Blessings
Adreeanna

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