I am almost a LPN, should I continue my education to RN?

I am almost finished with the LPN program and when I take the state boards I will be a LPN. I live on my own and have been working as a waitress part time and taking out loans. It would benefit me to take a break before starting the RN program and working but many people tell me I wont come back if I do that. Most cases people don’t go back to be an RN after they stop apparently? Is this true? What should I do?

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  1. its only true if you have no discipline and are a loser. i say you have gotten this far there should be no turning back you should better you’re education you will get more money and have a higher self esteem

    get you’re education and never look back!!!!

    Good luck, it may seem tough at first but it would probably fly by quickly

  2. Yes, yes, yes, many colleges offer a bridge program from LPN to RN. Dont wait, the salary and respect difference is huge! Go to RN school and you will never regret it!

  3. Stay stay stay stay stay. RN’s have the best job prospects ever!!