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Not an Extrovert? Not a Problem for Nurses!

Posted by Grace Youn on Nov 10, 2016 8:31:03 AM

Extroverts and introverts can be very different types of people. As a nursing student, you will be exposed to quite a few people who exhibit traits of both types.

Extroverts are usually outgoing and find it very easy to communicate with others. This is an important skill to have when you're a nurse, especially when you work as a team. However, if you are more of an introvert, there's nothing to hold you back from becoming a nurse! 

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Topics: career, public, introverts

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