Currently, I'm taking classes for the Nursing program at a CC. With all the budget cuts, it was quite hard to get Science classes. Reality hit me the other day, and I was pretty much forced into Nursing my family. I though that if I started taking classes and get into the Nursing program, I'd learn to like the the course and learn to love the job, but honestly, Science isn't that interesting to me. I think that many people are going into the Medical field as a back up, which is why the Nursing field and other Medical Fields are overcrowded.
I plan on changing my course to something towards the Business field. I was thinking Business Operations? What kind of job do you think I could get?
I'm not sure about the latter part of your comment, but let me play devil's advocate for you. The reason why a nursing degree is in demand is for a couple of reasons. 1, a nursing job does pay moderately well. 2, it's a job you can take anywhere in the country, or well world for that matter and be able to find a job easily. 3, it's a good major that you can take into medical school. Now I'm not sure all colleges over this but at the one I was attending last year they offered a program where you could get your RN certification, a nursing degree, and a biology degree all in 4 years. That shit is radical but sounds extremely difficult.
Now, with all that in mind, man if you don't fucking love it. Then no I wouldn't tell you to do it. Nursing degrees are one of the hardest degrees to get period. Most of those people you see in those classes won't make it past the second year.