I am in school right now for massage therapy. 3 of my teachers have said that I should continue school for something like nursing or physical therapy because I understand all of my medical classes so well. I think that is a great idea. I finish school in December. I am engaged and my fiance feels that if I continue to go to school after graduating that i will be putting a lot of pressure on him to make more money since I only work part-time. I agree with him but I really want to get school over while I'm young (I'm 22), and get a career going for myself to support my family equally. So the question I guess is, what kind of major could I do that isn't nearly as much schooling as nursing or physical therapy? Something that I can still work in a medical field in a way but take less time in accomplishing? (I just want to add that he would be supportive if it was shorter and I made more money while in school to help with bills)Answer Question
It only takes two years to get your RN, can't get much shorter than that. My son is a RN and by the time he was 24 he was a charge nurse and making $50 an hour. You can go to some schools part or full time.
Answer by Gailll at 1:45 PM on Aug. 17, 2010
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