Di ako nurse but I work in the medical field so just take this with a grain of salt. There are different areas of nursing. Gusto mo ba yung hands-on treatment sa pasyente or yung behind-the-scenes ka lang but still in clinical settings? Marami kang options. For example, you can be a Case Manager/Worker, or pwede ka din maging Medical Social Worker to help a patient with resources in the community. Pwede kang din maging Advice Nurse at insurance companies or doctor’s office. Pharmaceutical companies also need RNs to do clinical research. There’s also Home Health, Skilled Nursing Facilities (or SNF, patients that are discharged from the hospital but are not fit to go home are transferred here), Assisted Living Facilities. SNF and Assisted Living might require long hours because patients are cared for round-the-clock and are some private companies, but patient volume is fixed due to availability of rooms and beds. RNs here in the US work LONG hours. Some work 12-hr-shifts but for, say, just 3-4 days a week. If you want the typical 8-5 schedule, you can work for private specialty practices, some of them do small procedures in-office and they need RNs to assist aside from their MAs (Medical Assistants). Just like limahl mentioned, EMR is heavily used here in the US. Very few practices, mostly private practices owned by the elderly and old school doctors are the ones that still handwrite their notes and use papercharts. Although your job is physically, mentally and emotionally demanding, you are definitely compensated by your salary. Malaki ang sweldo ng mga RN. To the point yung iba lumalaki ulo and they think they’re above everybody else. If your heart is not in it, you will not be happy. I realized you have to have an innate genuine compassion and patience to be a nurse. Pag gising mo sa araw-araw, you look forward to the day. You have to LOVE what you do. Why? Your patients can see AND feel it. I have a been a patient myself and I could spot the ones that loved their job apart from those that were just there for the paycheck, like they couldn’t be bothered, you know? (And I’m a very compliant patient. Lol)An ER nurse that took care of my father also mentioned that she has known many others that do it for the money and it saddens her. I found a site that gives you idea of what you can get into. You can choose the category and the characteristics which I think may help you decide. Check out other sites. Consider your options. I just listed a few, marami ka pang pagpipilian. Baka nasa maling area ka lang ng career mo. Now if you have tried other branches of it and you are still not happy, then move on to other things. https://www.discovernursing.com/explore-specialties#no-filtersGood Luck and hopefully whatever you choose will make you happy and give you peace of mind.
NarsDiego said: Can someone help me find a job that has a great compensation in BPO
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