Nursing is a profession that deals with public health care and health awareness activities. This profession emphasizes the importance of restoring the health and well-being of a patient or person personally, family, or socially.
Why should I study nursing?
After passing high school, many students are frustrated and worried about where to get admitted and which subject to study. Most of them cannot make any fixed decisions and start buying admission forms aimlessly and chasing exams from one end of the country to the other. As a result, apart from a small number of students, everyone has to return home empty-handed. These students are subject to shame and failure and they start wondering if they will be able to face family and friends because they failed to get admitted to public universities. While most students are unsure whether they’ll be able to get a job related to the subject they are studying, nursing is one of those subjects which can help someone build a career anywhere in the world. Nursing is just the right path for those who want to serve humanity, and it happens to be a profession that is and always will be in demand.
What scopes of jobs are out there for nursing students?
There are job opportunities for nurses in all government and private hospitals, clinics, community healthcare centers, urban maternity hospitals, diagnostic centers, and other healthcare institutions. The number of private hospitals and clinics is increasing along with the government hospitals to ensure the health care of the large population of the country. The number of nurses is much less than the demand. Also In addition to clinical nursing, there are opportunities to work in various administrative positions in the Department of Nursing and Midwifery of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh for a government hospital and service activities and administrative management.
Someone with a nursing degree can also easily explore these professions:
• School Nurse
• Camp Nurse
• Telehealth Nurse
• Research Nurse
• Legal Nurse Consultant
• Forensic Nurse
• Consultant Case
• Manager Nurse
• Health Coach
What are the future prospects for nursing in Bangladesh?
At the end of their Basic BSc in Nursing Science, Post Basic BSc Nursing, and Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery Course degree, one can start working as a registered nurse under the Nursing Council. Recently, Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina announced the recruitment of 10,000 more nurses in government hospitals soon to improve the quality of healthcare. The recruitment process for the mentioned program will start in a few months.
Are nurses demanded professionally in foreign countries?
There are great job opportunities abroad with a nursing degree from Bangladesh. In the last year, nurses have been deployed from Bangladesh to many countries including Jordan, Malaysia, Australia, and the US. A nurse working abroad can earn up to 2,00,000 taka in a month or even more with overtime compensation. Nurses are also in demand as private caregivers.
Why is Nursing a great profession?
Nowadays nursing is quite popular as a profession. If you are determined to study nursing, I would say that you have made the right decision. A nurse engages herself in various medical services alongside with the doctor. Nurses heal a patient with their care. A nurse bears all the responsibilities of a patient as per the doctor’s advice. From giving medicines, feeding the patient and to patients to providing various services in the field of treatment with proper dedication as long as the patient is hospitalized, a nurse performs her service duties.
What other jobs can I do with a nursing degree?
If you have a nursing degree and don’t want to be a registered nurse, here are some other career options to consider: