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What jobs can you get with an associates degree in nursing?

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2010-12-18 18:29:47
2010-12-18 18:29:47

With your Associates Degree in Nursing, you can work as a Registered Nurse in

a hospital, in a doctors office, nursing home, be a school nurse, etc. Most go

work in hospitals first, because they get valuable experience there. Nurses

are in high demand, so you shouldn't have a problem finding a job after

graduating. Good luck. =)

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