Published On: Wed, Jan 11th, 2017

The Best Career Paths Now You’ve Got Your BSN

Now that you’ve achieved your BSN, you have probably realized the world of opportunities which have opened to you – and it can be quite daunting. If you’re looking for some direction, here is a set of the most promising and rewarding medical professions that you need to consider.

Nurse Practitioner

The nurse practitioner is an ideal position if you want still want to keep your options open later on in your career. A nurse practitioner analyses and diagnoses people of all ages and all problems. As a front-line worker, you will gain invaluable experience and skills, which should give you every opportunity to expand and specialize into any field you wish. There are currently a huge range of nurse practitioner degrees, including an online nurse practitioner degree at Maryville University, so it’s extremely easy to sign up and be on your way to a perfect career.

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Psychiatric Nurse

As part of a currently expanding field, the psychiatric nurse profession offers fantastic job prospects and promotional opportunities. In this specialty, you will get to work with people of all ages with mental disorders and problems. You will be responsible for providing integral emotional support in order to bring value and happiness back into the lives of vulnerable people. This is a challenging but incredibly rewarding specialty, which will give you valuable skills required in all walks to life.

Nurse Midwife

A very highly paid and desired career, a midwife specializes in working with expecting mothers and new-born babies. In this career you not only get to support mothers through one of the most important moments of their life, but you will witness daily the delight of childbirth and the precious moments that follow. If you’re a patient individual with a strong maternal instinct, this career is bound to bring you complete satisfaction and happiness.

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

The pediatric specialty is currently in high demand, making a career choice in this area extremely promising. As a pediatric nurse, you would get to care for babies all the way up to late teens, with a wide range of problems. Pursuing a career in this specialty would reward you not only with a fantastic salary and a practically guaranteed job, but you will experience the unique joy of treating sick children back to health, and supporting the families that rely on you for strength and comfort.

Cardiac Nurse Practitioner

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., meaning your job prospects in this specialty will always be promising, as well as an extremely good salary. You will be responsible for diagnosing and treating patients with serious heart problems, and supporting them in their health and their decisions as they face a life-changing disease. While this career option will be stressful, taking on seriously ill patients and improving their lives will give you a sense of accomplishment that you will not find in any other profession.

Hopefully some of these high-ranking positions have inspired your decisions as a graduate. Pursue any of these careers and there is no doubt that you will find yourself in an incredibly rewarding and inspiring position, which will guarantee a lifetime of security and serenity.

Author: Carol Trehearn

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