I'm currently an Occupational Therapy Assistant/former Rehab Manager, who lost my job one week before COVID hit. Fortunately, I was able to withstand 90days of unemployment and come out on the other side unscathed financially as I had savings to get me by. I also decided during that time to go back to school and finally get my bachelor's degree, which should be completed summer 2021. I recently went back to work (1 week ago) at a nursing home & I HATE IT!...smh. Most of my experience lies in skilled care & I've managed for the last 10 years, so to be back in a non-managerial capacity is killing me. On top of the fact that I was ready to change aspects of my career anyway (I no longer want to be a hands on clinician), and the restrictions on how we provide care, I'm ready to quit. I really want to move in a more operational or administrative direction in healthcare, but all the jobs I've been seeing requires the bachelor's degree that I currently dont have. How can I possibly transition my career during these trying times?...I really want out of the hands on clinical role I'm in now. Can anyone offer any assistance for me in how I should go about this transition?