LPN wants to work at home or for myself?

I am sick of working for greedy doctors! I would love to work at home, or for myself. any ideas on what a nurse (LPN) could do?

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  1. rotakrape says:

    I empathize with you.I am a nurse and I am tired of taking care of people who have no interest or desire to help themselves get better. They want the system to take care of them despite all the bad things they do to themselves. I have been in nursing a long time and I see it more and more.
    I have started a home based business that I absolutely love. I help people – who want to stay or get healthy- to improve their health. I also help them improve the health of their families. It’s quite simple. But—- there are lots of people who aren’t interested in helping themselves. So it takes a while to find the “right people”.
    With your knowledge of medicine, you could help a lot of people get healthier and stay away from the doctors.
    If you want more detailed information you can go to my web site or e mail me. I work in wellness and disease prevention. This is something that you could do, too.
    http://www.shaklee.net/rota
    rotakrape@yahoo.com

  2. You might look into home-health agencies; VNA (visiting nurse association)–people who visit shut-ins, elderly, chronic health people, new mothers etc and do some care, visit, eval & education.

  3. Many people are looking for work from home companies. All the scams definitely create a big problem but also, there is a problem of people misunderstanding the difference between work from home “jobs” and work from home opportunities. There really are no work from home “jobs”. To get that you have to start working for a company in their offices first, then they MAY allow you to take the job home.
    After trying s few things I now work about 18-25 hours per week for a National Medical Healthcare Company. This is a nationally known and reputable home business which is what you need to make sure you are looking for. I have been with the company almost 6 months now and I make over $1600 a month! In your first month, depending on how many hours you can work, I have seen people make anywhere from $500 to over $2500. And your income will increase each month because you get paid residual income as well. We help people by setting them up with a health or dental plan that saves them hundreds of dollars.

    The best part is they have 401(k), direct deposit, life insurance and a benefits package most of which you get from day one. In addition, there are no products, no hard selling or pushing, no cold calling, no home parties and no telemarketing! That was VERY important to me. I absolutely love working with them and I can’t believe I am making what I am making and in so few hours per week. The neat thing is there are other people on your team that you work with so you are never alone. You have great team support and you get to know the other people on your team pretty well.

    This company is the number one National Medical Benefits Company in the US. They are a member of the US Chamber of Commerce, and the National Association of Dental Plans and the owner of the company actually sits on the board of The Consumer Health Alliance to which we are also members. Also they were featured in “The New York Times”, “Wall Street Journal” “Time Magazine” “American Medical Review” and even in the May 2008 issue of “Parents Magazine”. Even “60 Minutes” did a big special on this home based business.

    Even more then all this is they are accepted at over 100,000 retailers nationwide. These are fortune 500 companies like Sears, Target, K-mart, Rite Aid, CVS, Wal-mart, Publix and more. These companies would never work with a company that was anything less than reputable.

    You can research the company at http://www.freedomathometeam.com/BSullivan

    I hope this helps you and Good luck to your in your search.

  4. Jennifer Anthony says:

    Most insurance companies provide “nurse advice lines” to their members to cut down on ER visits. Most of those nurses work from home, but they usually require an RN.