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Message Subject recession proof jobs....
Poster Handle dina
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Is there such a thing?.....

I chose this career because it is said to be "recession proof" but I don't think I'm going to be happy in the nursing field.
I don't have many options for careers.

I'm trying to sort this shit out now before I actually enter into the program and give up 2years of my life.

Anything in the health care industry is usually a high demand job no matter what part of the country you live in especially nursing, but the field is definitely high stress. If you go into nursing it is best if you do become an RN instead of an LPN because more hospital regulations are demanding RN levels of certifications. Also, when starting out if you choose to work in a hospital you will more than likely be working 2nd or 3rd shift which many people do not like.

Well my plan is too only work part-time as an RN.
Maybe in a doctors office? or in a clinic?
I want to work part time as a RN and then go to school for Graphic Designing. :)

But, how much of a demand is there for a graphic artist? People need to separate a hobby from actual work that will pay their bills... I work in a high school and get this question a lot from my students...I always refer them to this site for up to date stats, projected demand, etc.

[link to www.bls.gov]

Then choose from the following on the left side:

* Management
o Management
o Business and financial operations
* Professional
o Computer and mathematical
o Architects, surveyors, and cartographers
o Engineers
o Drafters and engineering technicians
o Life scientists
o Physical scientists
o Social scientists and related
o Science technicians
o Community and social services
o Legal
o Education, training, library, and museum
o Art and design
o Entertainers and performers, sports and related
o Media and communication-related
o Health diagnosing and treating
o Health technologists and technicians
o Other professional and related occupations
* Service
o Healthcare support
o Protective service
o Food preparation and serving related
o Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance
o Personal care and service
o Other service occupations
* Sales
o Sales occupations
o Other sales and related occupations
* Administrative
o Financial clerks
o Information and record clerks
o Material recording, scheduling, dispatching and distributing
o Miscellaneous office and administrative support occupations
o Other office and administrative support
* Farming
o Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations
o Other farming, fishing, and forestry occupations
* Construction
* Installation
o Electrical and electronic equipment mechanics, installers and repairers
o Vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics, installers, and repairers
o Miscellaneous installation, maintenance, and repair occupations
o Other installation, maintenance, and repair
* Production
o Assemblers and fabricators
o Food processing
o Metal workers and plastic workers
o Printing
o Textile, apparel, and furnishings
o Woodworkers
o Plant and system operators
o Miscellaneous production occupations
o Other production occupations
* Transportation
o Air transportation
o Motor vehicle operators
o Rail transportation
o Water transportation
o Material moving occupations
* Armed Forces

this also: 6 figure jobs without a college degree:

[link to money.cnn.com]

mu son is looking at the elevator mechanic one, there is a demand with safety inspections, repairs, maintenance etc...pretty recession proof apparently.
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