You'll get a job in that field so fast you won't know what hit you. All I suggest is make sure you exercise daily so you can be prepared to keep up with physical demands of the long hours ...meaning most nurses work three 12-14 hour shifts per week. So a full weeks hours is actually over in 3 days. You can also put in overtime for lots more money. Congratulating you and don't back down. You got this. :)
My son is 32 in his second year of law school. He had been a waiter after college. It's going great! My mother got her master's degree in social work in her 40s, after her kids were grown, then had a wonderful career until her late 60s. My father got his PhD in his 40s, retired from RCA in his 60s, but kept working (lectures, research, writing physics textbooks) for many years. He finished writing his last book at age 96. So, yes, 32 is still very young. Good luck in your future career.