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29 Pediatric Nurse Questions and Answers by Heather Douglass
| Heather has over 20 years experience recruiting and hiring candidates,
specifically in the health care industry.

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What about your job as a pediatric nurse gives you the most satisfaction?

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    What about your job as a pediatric nurse gives you the most satisfaction?

      We all have things that give us a feeling of accomplishment or satisfaction. The interviewer uses questions like this to get to know you, not just as a nurse, but as a person. Often the things that bring us satisfaction at work have a parallel in our personal lives that affect us in much the same way.

      Heather's Answer

      "As a pediatric nurse, one thing that makes me happy is seeing a child that has been very ill begin to recover. They seem to have a sparkle in their eyes that gets brighter as they get better."

      Darby's Answer

      "There are so many things about this job that are satisfying to me. I love the feeling of caring for someone and knowing that I gave my all with regard to my job of providing for them. Sometimes patients or family members thank me for being there, and that means so much. I always want those that I care for to feel like nursing is not just a job to me, but it's part of who I am."

      Darby's Answer

      "I think one of the most satisfying feelings is when I see a patient who has been in a critical state who begins to improve and smiles at me. Sometimes words aren't needed. A smile or a nod from someone to show that they are aware that I am there and are glad about it is a great feeling."

      Anonymous Answer

      "I love being able to care for someone else’s sick and vulnerable child. What I enjoy the most about my job as a pediatric nurse is seeing the smiles on kid's faces as they start to improve and feel better."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Nice answer. This must be a very rewarding experience :)

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