I grew up wanting to do something in the medical field. It started out that I wanted to be a veterinarian, now I think I mostly wanted to be around animals all day. Then I became active in sports and found myself visiting the doctors a bit more. I found myself wanting to become a nurse instead of veterinarian. I also had an interest in teaching so the new question became nursing or teaching. This question continues to run through my mind all through high school. As far as I can remember I would pretend to be both, maybe a nurse more than a teacher. After graduating from high school I have decided to study nursing. Whenever choosing any profession, one should evaluate key points. The nature of the work, salaries and benefits, and qualifications needed for the job will help me decide which career is best.
The job of a nurse and a teacher are somewhat alike. They both are educators. Nurses require special skills as they assist doctors by treating patients. It could be a very risky job, because of the exposure to deadly diseases and toxins, if the proper precautions aren’t taken. Teachers educate not only children but adults also. A teacher job will vary according to the school, the grade and the level of the job. They provide advice on educational and personal matters, as well as prepare you for the real world. There aren’t many risks to teaching, except maybe catching a virus from a sick student.
Like any other job your location, hours, and experience can impact your salary. The average salary of a nurse is approximately $42,000, not including bonuses. On average, a teacher can make anywhere from $25,500 to $41,000, depending on the area that they teach. Nurses and teachers mostly have the same benefits. A nurse can have paid vacations and a more flexible schedule. Rather than the teacher some routine every day except weekends, holidays, and summer vacations.
Both jobs have totally different qualifications. In the past, nurses could qualify by completing a...
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