More men join nursing field as stigma starts to fade

Drazen

Ostrich
Gold Member
If you can, go for a Physician's Assistant. more prestige/money and you can do more and less lower level stuff. also have to go to school WAY less than a doc + less liability/stress.

cRNAs also make bank. (certified registered nurse anethestist)..like 200k a year+ i think in some cases.

go into aesthetics....nurse or PA who does botox and other filler injections. also game the patients as well...I know a few male nurses in aesthetic field and they pull rich milfs...hire them for help "after hours" or "home visits".
 
AntiTrace said:
Nursing is a solid career choice for guys.

I work with a few male nurses which we refer to as Murses. Pretty cool cats. Its a stereotype that many of the dudes are gay. Most murses I have seen are pretty red pill and have got some decent game.

The pay is decent and gets better with overtime. I know an army murse that gets around 75k a year salary, with a 25k bonus every year.

I know many people in the medical field. Every single one has confirmed the fact that female nurses are aching for dick. Closet quickies are not rare from what I hear.

Ive worked with around 5 female nurses recently. All 5 were DTF. I was driving with one and she starting asking me personal questions within a few minutes of exhanging names. When did I lose my virginity? How many girls have I slept with? Is a one night stand slutty or ok for the female?

And in the medical field men normally hold the positions of power. These females nurses are used to taking orders from men and I assume feminism is rare in their ranks.

When I go back to school, I am seriously considering switching majors to nursing.
I hope not just b/c of women. That is a demanding job (wiping old men's asses, cleaning bed pans, getting bodily fluids like vomit on you, etc) to be doing if there aren't parts of it you truly enjoy.

If you really are interested go volunteer at a hospital first and see what kind of shit you have to do b/c many, if not most nurses have to earn their stripes in hospital or home care situations doing the worst work the other people don't want to do.
 

poutsara

Woodpecker
Thomas the Rhymer said:
Health care in general would greatly benefit from fewer, if not zero, female nurses.
Speak for yourself. My personal sexual health has been supported by nurses for about a decade now. They are the most down to fuck demographic I know! :thumbup::thumbup:

Send all your female nurses my way and I'll handle them. I'll send you some male ones, if you really want them.
 

poutsara

Woodpecker
Architekt said:
Slightly off topic, but as a doctor, would you say it's worth the extra years of study? The degree I'm moving into will allow me to enter into an MD (Doctor of Medicine) course providing I don't fuck up too badly. I know I might be looking a tad too far into the future, but would you have any recommendations to maximise the benefits of being a doctor, while minimising sacrifices I might have to make? Medicine is a field that interests me greatly, but I don't want to go into it, only to lose everything else in my life. I'm assuming, because you're here, that you have at least some life outside the industry. Also, do the female nurses put out to doctors?
It's worth it if you like it for what it is. Residency is usually hard across the board but after that it can be alright. Lifestyle is what you make of it. Like many careers, you have control over this. In the beginning it's a balance of time and money. Later it can even out. There are some specialties that allow for a good amount of to free time even up front.

Yes female nurses do put out to doctors. There are entire threads about this. But this is not a good reason to get an MD.
 

The Beast1

Peacock
Gold Member
You'd be surprised, a lot of people in hospitals would rather deal with men in upper management positions (for obvious reasons) for nurses.

I've heard other medical professionals that male nurses with a business background are fast tracked into management very fast. I know a couple of dudes doing this and snagging plum jobs.

I like it. Equality is hilarious in action. "Dey terk ur jerbs!"
 

Major Tom

Sparrow
Lothario and Thomas the Rhymer, what specialties are you guys in? How long have you been in medicine? As someone who's applying to schools right now, it's nice to see that the career/schooling can be balanced with the lifestyle
 

AntiTrace

Ostrich
snoop said:
AntiTrace said:
Nursing is a solid career choice for guys.

I work with a few male nurses which we refer to as Murses. Pretty cool cats. Its a stereotype that many of the dudes are gay. Most murses I have seen are pretty red pill and have got some decent game.

The pay is decent and gets better with overtime. I know an army murse that gets around 75k a year salary, with a 25k bonus every year.

I know many people in the medical field. Every single one has confirmed the fact that female nurses are aching for dick. Closet quickies are not rare from what I hear.

Ive worked with around 5 female nurses recently. All 5 were DTF. I was driving with one and she starting asking me personal questions within a few minutes of exhanging names. When did I lose my virginity? How many girls have I slept with? Is a one night stand slutty or ok for the female?

And in the medical field men normally hold the positions of power. These females nurses are used to taking orders from men and I assume feminism is rare in their ranks.

When I go back to school, I am seriously considering switching majors to nursing.
I hope not just b/c of women. That is a demanding job (wiping old men's asses, cleaning bed pans, getting bodily fluids like vomit on you, etc) to be doing if there aren't parts of it you truly enjoy.

If you really are interested go volunteer at a hospital first and see what kind of shit you have to do b/c many, if not most nurses have to earn their stripes in hospital or home care situations doing the worst work the other people don't want to do.
Good point. No one has brought up the literal shit work that being a nurse can sometimes be. Although their are different areas you can work in to avoid that. Most of the murses I have worked with were trauma nurses, so I don't believe they are out there wiping ass.

And it's not for the women. It's mainly for backup career opportunities. I love the job I have now, and I don't need a degree for it. I was getting a degree in business, such a general degree its not worth much (and I already run my own business, so theres not much that college can teach me about that).

This brings me to my next point: What does the market look like for expat nurses?
 

Lothario

Pelican
Gold Member
Major Tom said:
Lothario and Thomas the Rhymer, what specialties are you guys in? How long have you been in medicine? As someone who's applying to schools right now, it's nice to see that the career/schooling can be balanced with the lifestyle
Major Tom look for a PM from me .
 

big poppa

Kingfisher
Gold Member
I was very close to taking on a nursing degree a couple years back. Thinking maybe I should have as I've got no direction at the moment
 
I can't make this shit up. My downstairs neighbor went to the West Coast today for his grandma's funeral and upon my return back to base i noticed no lights on and the first thing came to mind was his live in girl friend is probably getting some doctor dicking. She's a blonde skinny nurse bunny which means nothing.:dodgy:
 

Lucario

Woodpecker
I was going to start a new thread then found that there was already this thread on nursing.

I have gotten into nursing school overseas and hence will be travelling overseas to Oz to do it. It is a big step up from being a warehouse laborer.

Is anyone on RVF a nurse ? Would love to here red pill insight on this field and also how safe/risky it is to have sex with nurses you work with .

I was wondering that since nursing is a fairly feminine job, I was wondering, Is this job a hindrance( mentally and status-wise) to a man who practices game on the side ?

Since nursing is mostly female dominated( which is very different from working in an all-male warehouse role) , is there a lot of feminism within the workplace of a nurse? If so, how do I "cover my ass", so to speak, from anti-male laws ? I understand that I am thinking too far into the future about his, but I want to be best prepared for my career.
 

The_CEO

Pelican
Lucario said:
I was going to start a new thread then found that there was already this thread on nursing.

I have gotten into nursing school overseas and hence will be travelling overseas to Oz to do it. It is a big step up from being a warehouse laborer.

Is anyone on RVF a nurse ? Would love to here red pill insight on this field and also how safe/risky it is to have sex with nurses you work with .

I was wondering that since nursing is a fairly feminine job, I was wondering, Is this job a hindrance( mentally and status-wise) to a man who practices game on the side ?

Since nursing is mostly female dominated( which is very different from working in an all-male warehouse role) , is there a lot of feminism within the workplace of a nurse? If so, how do I "cover my ass", so to speak, from anti-male laws ? I understand that I am thinking too far into the future about his, but I want to be best prepared for my career.
Congrats man.

It should not be a hindrance - you can make it work for you status wise since it is unique.

There are some informative videos from male nurses on youtube.

I think in one of them, they talk about how male nurses are in demand in part for leadership roles.
 
I know most here are anti-marriage, but if it came down to it, would you marry a nurse?

I see some potential cons with regards to family life, like long hours, rotating shifts, and getting AMOGged by any hotshot doctors at the workplace.

Thoughts?
 

Sombro

Ostrich
All the male nurses i've known have been hard-ass stand-up guy types. Former paramedics, ex-army rangers, etc.
 
Lothario said:
Architekt your questions can not be answered in one post, I will try to Simplify . Do it only if you love it and have passion for the field not for money. If money is your goal you better put your hours of hardwork else where.

yes , you can be a physician and still have life outside if you are living a life with minimal expenditure and have a lifestyle that fits what you make.
Just curious, but why do you say that go into medicine only if money is NOT important to you? Currently, there is mad bank to be made as an MD if you choose the right specalties. I really don't know of too many other sure things that allow a dude by his late 20's and early 30s to make $500k+ the way EM does, for example, while still giving plenty of flexibility and lifestile options. Or, alternately, be a spine surgeon and by your mid 30's be closing in on $1 million/year.

That is the current state. Is your warning about money in reference to where you foresee the medical field moving in the medium to long term?
 
Sombro said:
All the male nurses i've known have been hard-ass stand-up guy types. Former paramedics, ex-army rangers, etc.
I'm an RN and most of the guys that I know and are 2nd career ones came from the oilfield, welding, special forces etc.
 
Lucario said:
Is anyone on RVF a nurse ? Would love to here red pill insight on this field and also how safe/risky it is to have sex with nurses you work with .

I was wondering that since nursing is a fairly feminine job, I was wondering, Is this job a hindrance( mentally and status-wise) to a man who practices game on the side ?

Since nursing is mostly female dominated( which is very different from working in an all-male warehouse role) , is there a lot of feminism within the workplace of a nurse? If so, how do I "cover my ass", so to speak, from anti-male laws ? I understand that I am thinking too far into the future about his, but I want to be best prepared for my career.
I am a RN. It's just like anyplace you find a lot of women, their cliques and groups, gossipy and catty. When they ask me if it bothers me listening to their shit day after day I usually just tell them I used to manage strip clubs so there really isn't much difference. That usually stop that.

As far as sleeping with them goes, I've done it two ways, be a complete player or none at all. If they all know you're banging around the hospital then they don't care and many will even want to get a drink after work because they know you won't get all clingy etc. Or fuck none of them and don't worry about listening to their shit (that's what I'm mostly doing now).

As others said, yes nurses seem to be the easiest and are always talking about sex. I don't see too many Dr's that actually pull much for a variety of reasons.

Like any career, you will have days you love your job and days you wonder why you chose it. For the most part I like it. I write my own schedule and make good money.

What kind of anti-male laws are you referring to?
 
rekruler said:
Lothario said:
Architekt your questions can not be answered in one post, I will try to Simplify . Do it only if you love it and have passion for the field not for money. If money is your goal you better put your hours of hardwork else where.

yes , you can be a physician and still have life outside if you are living a life with minimal expenditure and have a lifestyle that fits what you make.
Just curious, but why do you say that go into medicine only if money is NOT important to you? Currently, there is mad bank to be made as an MD if you choose the right specalties. I really don't know of too many other sure things that allow a dude by his late 20's and early 30s to make $500k+ the way EM does, for example, while still giving plenty of flexibility and lifestile options. Or, alternately, be a spine surgeon and by your mid 30's be closing in on $1 million/year.

That is the current state. Is your warning about money in reference to where you foresee the medical field moving in the medium to long term?

Not every med student can go into those fields. There are limited numbers of residency spots and the higher paying/ better lifestyle ones are extremely competitive to get into. I give props to the ones who do spines, that is something I would never wish on anyone, those surgeons are miserable because of the patients and workload.
 

Cattle Rustler

Crow
Gold Member
I'll drop in my bit of advice as someone who HIRES/FIRES nurses, LVNs and RNs respectively.

If you're a male, don't go into nursing!

Your choices will be severely limited, especially if you go into home health or pediatrics. Most people will prefer a female nurse as they think every male nurse if a perv or possible rapist...I'm not kidding. It hurts every time I interview a male nurse as I don't have much work for him.

On the other hand, you can excel where women cannot. That is with higher acuity or heavy/violent patients. Taking that into consideration, you can ask for a higher pay rate due to the environment.

If you go into nursing, have a great work ethic and be dependable. The last two are traits that female nurses lack because they know they're more in demand. A male nurse who is dependable and has good skills with always have a job and make good money. I know an RN who is making 200K a year making his own schedule because 1- he knows his shit 2 - he's always up to the challenge, no matter how challenging it gets.
 
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