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Inside Obstetrics Nurse Careers

Things you need to know, but nobody tells you


Biggest Surprises

"I Tried To Work As An Intern In A Hospital...
I had experiences with my field in which I couldn't find a job a long time after graduation. I had to keep searching for out of state jobs, until someone from a medical facility called me for an interview and I went to work for that person." (Nurse; 2014)

Career: 3 years of experience, currently based in Louisiana, female
School: Studied Nursing at Mcneese in Kentucky; completed Bachelor degree in 2009

Career Background

Obstetrics Nurse

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Career Video

Career Tips

"How To Use A Nursing Degree...
Network with people in the health field and learn as much as you can about the medical field and the changing roles in nursing." (Nurse; 2014)

"Volunteer At A Hospital...
Do well in high school. Always do you math and science classes. This will help in college level classes. If you can, try to volunteer in the local hospital. First aide courses, and CPR are also helpful. Some people will go to a tech school, were you can come out and work as a certified nurses aide, and work on a hospital floor while in college. You can also seek out a job in rehabilitation/nursing home." (Labor And Delivery Registered Nurse; 2011)