Medical Aesthetics Career Offers Rewarding Solution for RN Burnout
Is your nursing career causing you burnout? Make your move to a rewarding medical aesthetics career!
The burnout rate for RNs working in case management, hospice, ICU, and home health nursing jobs is high and can take its toll. Many RNs are entering the field of medical aesthetics to break away from stressful healthcare environments. RNs who have changed to a medical aesthetics career love it because they can help people look and feel better about themselves while working in a low-stress environment that pays well, and offers flexible hours.
According to Nurse Journal, the future of medical aesthetic nursing is bright! “The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has predicted a growth of 19% in the nursing profession between now and 2022. Additionally, there is a known increase in demand for cosmetic procedures. This would indicate that the demand for plastic surgery nurses is growing at a rapid rate.”