"This is not goodbye, we'll be back, I'll be back," said Gosselin, whose reality television show Kate Plus 8 was recently cancelled.
Kate Gosselin is vowing she'll be back on TV.
So what about that People magazine cover where she said she was "freaking out" about her show coming to an end?
"You've said you're freaking out," said INSIDE EDITION's Megan Alexander.
"I am freaking out definitely, I think I was refering to the fact that I'm unemployed," said Gosselin.
"What are you going to do now?" asked Alexander.
"I would love to have more opportunitys to speak, write a few more books. I'd love to see myself on a talk show," replied Gosselin.
Gosselin was a nurse before she gave birth to sextuplets and skyrocketed to fame on reality TV.
"Could you really see yourself going back to nursing?" Alexander asked.
"I am a nurse and I always will be a nurse, and it was a great way to provide for my kids when I had two kids. I have eight now. The scariest of scary is my fallback plan doesn't work anymore. I'd be down the street working 16-hour days every day, not seeing my kids," said Gosselin.
Her ex-husband Jon Gosselin has been critical of Kate telling the website rumorfix.com, "Kate needs to get a job now that her show is going off the air."
"Reality television is not a career. Get back to normal life, simple life, provide for your family and go from there," said Jon.
"I don't listen to his advice because he doesn't live the life that the kids and I live. It's been so long since he's been in the trenches with me and the kids," said Gosselin.
"How much is [Jon] contributing to the family finances now?" asked Alexander.
Kate answered, "I can pretty much say, Jon covers their lunch each day."