You could do nursing. Alls from home where you work for an insurance agency or workmanship comp to help patients get the care they need ect. You could work for a lawyers office and do chart auditing and help figure out if nurses were negligent and deserve to be sued. You could teach (which I think you could be great at btw) , you could do management, ugh, you could do case management, you could do risk management. The bedside part of nursing (dealing with those lovely pts and managers) is what i believe burns nurses out. There is no winning at times very frustrating, and with value based purchasing hitting the scene it’s going to get worse. Praying for us all.