Nursing is not for the faint of heart and is not an easy job. Whether you’ve been nursing for 2 years or 20, I am sure there have been times when you think, ‘I don’t wanna be a nurse anymore ‘.
In the last two years of the pandemic, the healthcare industry has taken a hit. Nurses are overworked, in hazardous conditions, with the emotional toll of caring for patients. It can be easy to question your decision.
If this sounds like you, keep reading!
Whether you say it flippantly after a toxic shift or one you’ve repeated every day for two years, you are not alone. Many nurses have found themselves saying the same thing; for whatever reason, there are plenty of options to explore.
We get it. Maybe you want a side hustle as a Nurse that isn’t taking 12 hours of your day? You can write on the side to help escape bedside burnout and make extra money— all while letting you help people, even away from the bedside.
Welcome to your stress-free, work-from-home dream career! This could be the best stay-at-home nursing job you’ve never heard of.
GooZam has the perfect side hustle for nurses or a full-time nurse business. We’re looking for nurses who can write our healthcare
courses for us. Imagine nurse-created content becoming the standard for excellence across healthcare communications. You’ll always be in demand due to the constantly evolving nature of healthcare and nursing!
WHAT YOU’LL DO
You’ll write courses and scripts about healthcare practices.
You’ll check that medical details, healthcare roles, and environments are correctly portrayed.
You’ll use your editorial skills and healthcare knowledge to ensure that the write-ups are medically correct and accurately represented.
WHAT YOU’LL GET
Making a side income or a living as a nurse writer can feel like it’s out of reach for many, but it’s not impossible! When you understand, interpret, and produce high-quality content, your income increases.
Write, earn, and complete your continuing professional development (CPD) hours! You can maintain, improve and broaden your knowledge, expertise, and competence by writing courses relevant to your practice.
Take a break from all the bedside toxicity and be your own boss to achieve financial success and the work-life balance you’ve craved for so long.
Very few things are as rewarding as helping other people learn and grow. When you become a nurse writer, you have the opportunity to teach those less knowledgeable than yourself. Nurse writing is also an excellent way to pay it forward to younger, less experienced individuals aspiring to reach your career level. And we think you’re fit for this role!
Send your resume to email@example.com today!