【Living alone of nurses】 Nurse dormitory VS rental apartment! Where does Nurse live? How’s the room floor? Benefits, comparison information
The work of nurses is very difficult. It’s early in the morning, there are many workplaces where night shifts and overtime are commonplace, there are many scenes where physical strength is required, and I think that there are many people who become kuta after work, and line up to the bed immediately after returning home (I am one of them!). ）。 For nurses who live such hard daily lives, it is very important to know where to live and what kind of room to have. For nurses who are early in the morning, just because the rent is so low, if the commuting time takes more than 2 hours, it will be painful because it will deprive them of their physical strength. However, no matter how close the house is, it would be sad if you lived in an apartment with too high a rent and had the majority of the money you worked with sweat.
In this article, I would like to write about where such nurses should live when living alone, nurse dormitories, rental apartments, location, room floor space, size, and size, and comparison recommendations on advantages (advantages) and disadvantages (disadvantages). I hope it will be helpful to all nurses.
Newcomer – 3rd year nurse is a nurse dormitory!
For nurses who are new to nurses and at least three years old, if the medical facility they work for offers nurse dormitories (or company housing), it is recommended that they live in the nurse’s dormitory first (they also say they work in a live-in). Become a member of society and “I want to live alone! It tends to be a feeling, but first, it is better to work calmly, save money, and then start living alone. (I think this is not limited to nurses, it is something that can be said to general members of society.)
The benefits of living in a nurse dormitory include:
(1) Rent is generally cheaper than rental apartments
(2) Close to the hospital where you work, commuting time is shortened, and you can take a lot of private time and sleep time
(3) Since it is a nurse who lives around, there is an understanding of irregular work such as night shift
(4) Equipped with surveillance cameras, security equipment, and other facilities that support women’s lives alone
(5) Colleagues and seniors also live in nurse dormitories, so it is easy to consult about problems
On the other hand, there are some disadvantages to living in a nurse’s dormitory as follows.
(1) It is difficult to distinguish between work and private life because it is too close from work
(2) Because the nurse of the work lives around, it becomes a mind oppositely, and the sense of privateness disappears (Al., this might depend on the person)
(3) Because it is close to the workplace, it is easy to make emergency calls (I think it depends on the workplace)
(4) Because it is close to a medical facility, I am anxious about ambulance sirens etc. (I think that there are nurses who react even if it is a day off)
In this way, there are disadvantages, but I think the advantages are greater when you are young, so I recommend nurse dormitories!
And to live alone in the apartment of admiration
While working as a nurse, I have lived in a nurse dormitory for several years, and to some extent I can control the rhythm of my work, and if my savings increase, I think that living alone in an apartment or apartment will be an option. Some people may start living together with their boyfriends and husbands. Of course, some people continue to live in nurse dormitories (although there may be age restrictions in nurse dormitories, so it is necessary to check the rules of the workplace). Depending on the workplace, rent subsidy (rent allowance) may be provided. It seems that about 20,000 to 30,000 yen is the market price, but the amount paid vary depending on the hospital and workplace.
Here are some things nurses should be aware of when living in apartments and apartments.
(1) Just because it is cheap, if you make it too far away, the burden of commuting becomes large and painful
(2) If you make it a high-rent apartment that is not worth your salary, it will be difficult financially
(3) If you live irregularly, such as working night shifts or going to work on holidays, you need to be careful about the residents around you.
In this way, I think that it is important to live a life without difficulty that it is not too far from the medical facilities at work (within one hour each way), the rent is limited to about 30 to 40% of the take-home income (I feel like living in a stylish apartment in a fashionable town such as Roppongi, Meguro, Shinagawa, Ebisu, etc.), and the sound of life is not too loud.
How about a nurse living alone in a room? How big is it and how big is it?
What kind of floor care, size, and size should I choose when living alone as a nurse?
First of all, I think that the “budget” put on the rent and the “amount of luggage” placed in the room are the major factors of judgment.
If you want to keep your budget down, “1R (Studio)”
If you have a certain amount of budget and you have a fair amount of luggage, you can use “1K” or “1DK”
If you have a budget but have a lot of luggage, you can use “1LDK” or “2DK”.
“1R (studio)” is a full view of the room as it is when you open the entrance, so in order for a woman to live alone, it is necessary to devise such as parting the entrance (I want to avoid seeing the inside of the room from others, such as delivery services such as courier services). In addition, the kitchen and bedroom are the same room, so if you cook well, you may be interested in smell. Therefore, if you are interested in the way you look from the entrance or cook well, it is better to choose a room with a floor plan of “1K” or more if the budget allows. If you want a lot of storage and want to invite friends to your house, we recommend a slightly larger “1LDK” or “2DK” space care.