Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care Reviews

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Based on 1,957 responses, the job of Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.76 out of 5. On average, Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Cares are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care?

May 2017
"RN Salary."
Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care in Chicago:
Pros: A steady influx of patients wide various Medical conditions.
Cons: The dangers and perils of violence.
June 2017
Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care in Muskegon:
Pros: Close to home.
Cons: Bad area in safe.
June 2017
"It is very conveniently located and parking is not a problem."
Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care in North Charleston:
Pros: The commute is an easy one from my home. Parking is no problem.
Cons: It lacks the feel of academic aura because there are no hospitals near it.
July 2017
"Can be stressful, but it's great."
Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care in Albuquerque:
August 2017
"Awesome."
Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care in Kuwait:
Pros: Great earning potential.
Cons: Unpredictable climate.
September 2017
"Great people."
Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care in Mission Viejo:
Pros: I love my short commute, the family-oriented community, and the close knit family I have at work.
October 2017
Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care in Melbourne:
To work on a medical floor and a surgical floor first before coming to a specialty unit. Also to work as an aide before finishing school.