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Be honest, it's very easy to stereotype certain geographic places. In general terms, you could be right about certain perceptions. Southern states evoke images of hot sand and sun; and northern climates evoke images of snow and mountains. For the most part, those assumptions are true. However, there's so much more to both of these extremes that you really have to take the blinders off and open your mind to the facts.
Start asking random people whether they'd be interested in living somewhere like Alaska and you'll get all kinds of responses. People who know someone living there, or who've been there, would probably jump at the chance to work and live in Alaska. If Alaska nursing doesn't appeal to you at this moment, it might be time to give it a second thought. You could be doing yourself a huge disservice by not taking Alaska nursing into consideration.
The truth is, Alaska is a lushly green state most of the year with an abundance of flora and fauna; lakes and rivers. If you accepted the Alaskan nursing travel job in the hopes of spending the night in an igloo, you're out of luck. You might be able to find a toy igloo at the general store, but for the most part you'll be living in a warm, comfy apartment or condo. Alaska nursing jobs offer lucrative careers surrounded by 360 degrees of unspoiled natural beauty.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|