Fair to say that most nurses are not only busy, but they are usually working on units that are understaffed and lack resources. Most of us are on our feet all day caring for patients and pushing paper. Some of us get the 'luxury' of roaming around training new recruits. All in all 'busy' doesn't begin to describe the typical day for the average nurse.
But then there are those jobs that aren't so 'average'. Ones where sitting around the computer killing time is a common occurrence.
Any stories, anecdotes, or observations from the most relaxing/easiest nursing jobs out there?