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The nursing/medical field is an always changing job. The cool thing about being a nurse is that you an change something you are tired in and not have to go back to school. I am in the oncology field. I have worked out patient in a doctor's office style, worked in the hospital setting where I learned how to give chemo therapy and now working in the research department where I help patients in new development study drugs. 3 different jobs, 3 different functions but all in my specialty. Something for you to think about. :)
The great thing about nursing is that once you have the degree, you can go to many different types of nursing---so if you get bored of one kind of nursing, you can go to a different type. There is med-surg, ICU, ER, pediatrics, etc. And there is many different settings in which to work---more sit-down jobs such as nurse advice lines, or working in an out-patient clinic, or there is pre/post op nursing, or working as an inpatient RN. So many options. The conflict question is more just the mix of personalities you get on any floor---depends on who your co-workers are--Much like any other field.