is going back to school for nursing worth it?

i’m currently working for a medical marketing & communications agency. this is my first job straight out of college, i’m only 23. my dream job was always to be a nurse or a PA. i’ve always regretted never actually pursuing it in school. i graduated with a BS in public health & management. i’m currently applying to jobs to be a unit secretary, as i’ve always envisioned myself working in a hospital setting. i know i may take a salary cut, but i dread doing my job now. everyday i really dread logging on. yes, it’s remote. i’d rather work in person. i figure while working as a unit secretary (if i get the job, im currently under consideration), i could go back to my local community college and complete their nursing program. any advice would be great. is this a complete waste of time?

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