Top 5 Alternative Careers for Registered Nurses

With the demands of being a registered nurse, change isn’t always an easy thing to do, especially when it comes to your career. In fact, a lot of RNs are not aware of some of the career options and alternatives available to them outside of the hospital. If you think for a moment about all of the strengths RNs bring to their jobs every day, such as the ability to make life-saving decisions under the most stressful of conditions or the tremendous inside knowledge of the healthcare system, those qualities can help you excel in a lot of fields.

I know you’re interested in legal nurse consulting and I thought you might be interested in other career alternatives for nurses as well. I’ve put together the following SlideShare of the Top 5 Alternative Career Options for Registered Nurses to help you think about some of the options you can pursue with your nursing skill, knowledge and expertise. Legal nurse consulting will always be my favorite career option! So if you want to talk with a practicing CLNC® consultant please call us at 713.942.2200 and we’ll be happy to connect you.

If you’re looking for a change, if you’re looking for a new challenge in your RN job, the Top 5 Alternative Careers for Registered Nurses should certainly give you some ideas. And remember, We Are Nurses and We Can Do Anything!®

Success Is Yours!

P.S. Comment and share your favorite career alternative for RNs.

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  1. Ngoicole
    Ngoicole says:

    How about coding? Did anyone go into coding after they got tired of bedside nursing or discovered that it wasn’t for them? If you did, I would love to hear about it because it is a route I am considering.

    Thank you in advance for the responses 🙂

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    • Lynette
      Lynette says:

      At my current position I do the ICD-10 coding for cases but I would not know what type of coding a LNC would use. Sorry.

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  2. Julia Carlson
    Julia Carlson says:

    This has been such helpful information! I have really loved being a traditional nurse, but I’m ready for a change in my career. These are some really great options. I’ll have to research them more.

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