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Based on 1,071 responses, the job of Staff Nurse has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.7 out of 5. On average, Staff Nurses are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Staff Nurse?

November 2015
"That id ruin my back, get depressed, and get fired after10 y."
Staff Nurse:
Go and follow the BioMedical Courses, its exciting dynamic and well paid. Leave the dinosaur health services, or you will end up in one of their geri beds before your time.
November 2015
"I feel Under paid."
Staff Nurse:
Do your home work of the pay scale and hold out and have patience until what you really want bacomes availabe on all levels. You will perform better and have growth in the company .
December 2015
"Dealing with mentally and handicapped individuals."
Staff Nurse:
Commintment and dedication.
December 2015
"I like my job very much."
Staff Nurse:
Pros: I like my job because my job isMy life. I want protect my patients and give positive energy.
Cons: Nothing bad till my experience my patients give nice memories.
January 2016
"Fast pace, focus under stress, communicate, attention detail."
Staff Nurse:
Be present. Must maintain Focus on task in a stressful, fast paced environment. Interpersonal skills a must! Team player always advocate for patient. Safety Is #1 priority. Be certain a culture of safety and open communication exists among staff and physicians and interdisciplinary safety checks are in place.
February 2016
Staff Nurse:
Pros: The care you give makes you feel good. Loving others are very rewarding. Learn every day new things.
Cons: Patients can be rude. Managers unfair and too much work in too little time.
February 2016
"There are going to be hard days with very little thanks,"
Staff Nurse:
There are good days and bad days and you get very little thanks but every day is different and all the bad days will out weighed by good ones in the end.