I was wondering how many jobs are available for recent grads looking for RN positions in Southern California. Can you get a job with an Associate's Degree in Nursing or is it necessary to have a BSN?
I am currently a student at UC Irvine with two majors in fields other than nursing (Public Health Science (B.S.) and Sociology (B.A.). I am really concerned with cost, competitiveness, and the amount of time involved with getting an accelerated BSN degree, so I am wondering whether or not I could do the associates program and have a job after completing it, then get my BSN through an online program while working as an RN. Is this possible?