Hey, there. I'm in the same boat that you're in, it seems. I graduated last week, and still no job. I've applied to all the hospitals, and emailed back and forth with the recruiters. I do feel like I'm really bugging them at this point. I did go around them a little bit to email the nurse manager on the unit that I would like to get in on, and she is keeping in touch with me, but unable to make any promises. I am feeling really discouraged at this point, what with all the talk of the "nursing shortage", which doesn't really seem to exist here. I'm in Gainesville, and we have the pleasure of two nursing schools
pumping out GNs at the same time, and one of our big hospitals in town is closing, with all the current RNs moving to the other hospitals owned by the same company (of course with seniority over all of us). So, I don't really have any advice except to say keep on them! I feel like, if I don't hear from the recruiters a week after they say email me to say that I "will know something soon", then it's time for me to bug them again. Hang in there! I just refuse to beleive that after all of our HARD WORK, we won't get hired. That just cannot happen.