New Grad, Urgent Care, Salary Questionable, Need Advice. Should I wait for something - page 2

I've recently graduate with a BSN and passed boards a few months ago. I've applied to urgent care and got a call today to set up an interview next week. The job description and benefit seems to be... Read More

  1. Visit  SleeepyRN} profile page
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    I hear you. I live in the Chicagoland area and started working 3 months ago at an allergy/asthma office. I had to beg for $14. He wanted to pay me 12. And he only gives me 10 hours a week. I had to take it for the experience on my resume. There is next to nothing out there where I live. Too many of us for not enough positions. My nurse managdr is rude and incredibly condescending. It IS a slap in the face. And I hate the fact that I need them.
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  3. Visit  Inori} profile page
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    it depends where you live, salary's adjusted to standard of living etc. still exp is better than none and after you get 1 year's exp recruiters will be falling all over to get you to go work for them. Funny how it is that you must have experience to get exp. Take the job, do an awesome job and get out. Tis part of the paying your dues part.
    LTCNS likes this.


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