Most people are tied to the town they’re in, and it’s very hard for them to pick up and move to a new place if they ever want a change of scenery.The biggest hurdle to moving to a new place is often the plain and simple fact that, in order to do it, you’d have to leave the job you have and find a new one in the area you’d like to make your new home.Having a partner who’s a genuinely caring person is important, and you’re definitely taking a step in the right direction if you’re dating a nurse.So many people work in a job that they hate, a job full of people they can’t stand, forced to spend eight hours a day staring at the walls of their cubicle, with very little real human contact.For those of you still looking for that special someone, maybe it’s time to fake an accident.There are plenty of careers out there that often get labelled a nice “bonus” in dating, but few can compete with nursing.Kindness and compassion are key values and among the necessary intangibles a good nurse provides patients. We don’t get tired easily and we are great with graveyard shifts Sure, we’re good with kids.
So, if you and your nurse want to move to another state, into the city, or out to the ‘burbs, you’ve got that option available – with a lot less worry and heartache than you’d have otherwise. They don’t go through the long process of becoming a nurse just for the paycheck (it may be good, but it’s not that good).
This same mentality applies to life at home, especially when the occasional argument arises.
Nurses are less likely to “make mountains out of molehills,” which means spats at home are less likely to turn into full-blown marital problems.
Dating a nurse is like winning the lottery – sure, you won’t get rich, but you’ll find that the myriad bonuses that come with a nurse are worth far more than any paycheck. It’s no secret that the economy is rough these days.
The job market’s in shambles, and people everywhere are wondering if their jobs will still be there a few years from now.