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5 ways nurses can earn extra income
 

5 ways nurses can earn extra income

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Everyone is keen on making extra income. With the rise in living standards, at times, we need more savings to reach our own financial goals, while others might have bigger commitments to commit to every month. Here are 5 ways that nurses can make some extra cash.
 
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13 Oct 2016 - General
 
There are many ways in which a nurse can make extra income based on their professional skill.
There are many tracks for a nurse to develop in the professional career.
As a nurse manager, where he or she would be involved with administration or manpower; as a nurse clinician, where he or she would be involved in clinical work and patient interaction; as a nurse researcher, where he or she would be involved in research work; as a nurse educator, where he or she would be involved in educat...
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I really think that if you're able to manage your time wisely, you should try to do more with your time. I mean not to the point that you burn yourself out, but it is nice to do something good with extra time. I think one's life should be perfectly balanced too, so that you really include hobbies, a healthy social life and personal time. But when an opportunity to earn more and expand one's horizon is open, without it disrupting the normal course of your life and career, you should t...
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All the 5 ways are indeed great way to earn extra money when you need it. But i also agree with Jemar Nicdao that many times nurses are already overworked . Putting additional burden will seriously compromise their efficiency at work and further reduce the time given to family members who are always looking forward to it. Freelancing in such situation can be a blessing , not only for nurses but even for trainee ...
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Priscilla Mae Gobuyan It is good to see about additioonal income option for nurses. Nursing is the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life. In some countries the wages are less and even the improved expenses in high wage countries needs to focuss on additional resources on income. They can also try...
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Well, these are just options if you want to still work in the medical field as a freelancer. Many of my colleagues have different side lines to make money even as nurses and that is for sure setting up their own business. But i agree with a few of those ways and doing so would be easy extra cash for you to work from the comfort of your home. Just make sure you are well- trained before deciding to do all these as it still comes with responsibilities and legal actions can still be taken upon you. ...
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Marinelle Castro Thanks for mentioning these other sites. I've heard about the others but not about Peopleperhour; will check this out soon. Also, like Priscilla Mae Gobuyan, I’ve been working as a Pharmacy instructor full-time plus doing freelance work part-time for quite a few years now. I agree that it can get quite challen...
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Priscilla Mae Gobuyan It's great that you were able to juggle in-hospital nursing and freelancing as a transcriptionist! I also think that freelance jobs are a great way to take a break from the routine of your profession. There are free online platforms that can serve as avenues for freelance work. Some examples of these freelance platforms are Upwork, Freelancer and Peopleperhour. If you're also skille...
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I guess this one's quite interesting. Everyone wants to earn extra cash aside from the earnings from their primary jobs right? Most especially for nurses here in the Philippines, being a nurse really pays very low. As in low and some would even suffer working as volunteers without being paid. Products continue to increase and value so as the demand for nurses follows. Well it's take to think out of the box and look for other ways to earn extra. As to the first one, living in the Philippi...
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