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I am currently an RN and am trying to decide on whether to get my BSN or go for a BA in Chem. My goal is to eventually go to Med School or work on an MSN. If Med school doesn't pan out, or I decide to major in chem and really fall in love with it, what can I actually do with a BA in Chem? What jobs are available and are they available across the U.S. or only in concentrated areas? I want to be able to stay in Southwest Florida if possible and am not interested in moving for a career at this time. Can a Chem major generate as much income as a nurse?
(sorry, this is a repeat post, I put it in the wrong forum before, I'm pretty new to this site!)