The job market’s in shambles, and people everywhere are wondering if their jobs will still be there a few years from now.
Nurses are on an ever-shortening list of careers that seem to be in no danger, though.
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When Mike Ivy was assigned to a new unit at his Myrtle Beach hospital in 1998, the last thing he expected to find was the love of his life.
A divorced father of two and veteran cardiac telemetry registered nurse, his focus was on learning the ropes of his new unit. Serendipitously, his now-wife was assigned to the same unit as a case manager.
Their professional days were spent reviewing patient records and administering transfers to other facilities.
“My wife is an astute, passionate, empathetic and caring registered nurse,” Ivy says, “just the type of person you want to have in your corner.” It’s a nurse’s job to provide comfort and care for their patients.
This same mentality applies to life at home, especially when the occasional argument arises.So it stands to reason that they would also make excellent partners in life. We enlisted some real nursing spouses to share a few of the other sweet, somewhat fluffy, but altogether valuable reasons everyone should marry a nurse.Nurses who work three 12-hour shifts often only need to find care for their days on, cutting down on the ever-rising cost of childcare.It’s not often at all that you hear the words “Nurse” and “laid off.” With a nurse as your partner in life, you can be more confident about your financial future – even if your own career gets rocky, they’ll be a stabilizing force for the both of you.Good Temperament One of the first things a nurse learns is patience.“My wife not only listens but shows that she ,” says John Poole.