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What is the percentage of men and women in nurse anesthesiology? What is the history of anesthesia? See how these questions and more have been answered.


The nurse anesthetist answers some student-driven questions. Listen in as John responds to career-related topics such as job stress and career competition. Click on a specific question or listen to all of his responses.
What is the base salary for this job? AUDIO TEXT
What is the difference between a nurse anesthetist and an anesthesiologist? AUDIO TEXT
What are the advantages of this job? AUDIO TEXT
What are some similar jobs in this field? AUDIO TEXT
How hard is it to get a job after school? AUDIO TEXT
What made you choose this career? AUDIO TEXT
What type of personality makes a good nurse anesthetist? AUDIO TEXT
What are you looking for in a patient when monitoring them? AUDIO TEXT
Is your job stressful? AUDIO TEXT
What do you like best about your job? AUDIO TEXT
What were some of the toughest classes in college for you? AUDIO TEXT
What kind of education and training is needed for this job? AUDIO TEXT
How competitive is it to get into nurse anesthetist school? AUDIO TEXT
How demanding is this job on your time? AUDIO TEXT
What do you dislike most about your job? AUDIO TEXT
What classes should students take in high school? AUDIO TEXT
What percentage of men and women are nurse anesthetists? AUDIO TEXT

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