I've recently decided to return back to school after 10 + years; I think I finally discovered what I'm good at and what I enjoy doing. However, In the back of my mind, I wonder if I'm being realistic about my career choice (becoming a RN and possibly continuing with masters in a specialtyl). I currently work in a hospital as a nurses aide and witness RN's working hard long hours, with a schedule that is not consistant. I wonder how others with narcolepsy cope; what are their professions and how do they cope? Any suggestions, comments, advice?
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