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'So, why do you want to be a nurse?'


seems that many who go into banking with good honest intentions are quickly disillusioned and bullied as well. no idea what the ideal job might be? Being realistic I guess they all have their upsides and downsides much of which is of other people's making and not the job itself. probably most important is to believe in yourself and those whose interests you are serving, do your very best for them and for your own conscience and personal development, enjoy the challenges of all new opportunities and experiences presented to you and develop skill and expertise through them and forget about what others think and how they behave as that is their problem which they have to live with and cope with. Personally I concentrated on doing my job to the best of my ability and my contact with patients and my colleagues from whom one can learn so much and got enormous satisfaction from this and did my best to ignore and avoid becoming involved in any negative, petty and destructive behaviour of others.

Posted date

31 August, 2011

Posted time

11:22 am