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Managing your nursing career



Managing your nursing career



Nursing Standard 1987) 13(23): 74-74



NlmCategory="UNASSIGNED">UNTIL FAIRLY recently, a career in nursing could just 'happen' without too much planning. Clear steps to the top and area sonable number of jobs available at first, middle and senior levels meant that your career would progress in a pre-determined manner. Things have changed. Progression is less likely to be vertical; career experience is likely to be more diverse and career planning is essential, requiring active involvement and sustained action on your part. Although this might seem a daunting prospect, in reality, there are so many more exciting career prospects thatit's never too late to start thinking about how you want to spend the rest of your working life and putting in place the systems to help you think constructively.

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