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- Mar 26, '11 by NewHampshireRNYou may not lose your license because the job market is bad BUT if you can't find work, then you have to do something else. There are a lot of people who write in to this site who say that they graduated and passed their nclex but are waiting tables or working at the supermarket because they can't get hired anywhere. Anyone who is in nursing school now be forewarned--it's tough out there and it isn't easy. 2-3 years ago nurses were getting any job they wanted and ridiculous bonuses. Now new grad pay has been cut by over $3 per hour and some places aren't paying a differential or are calling nurses out regularly and that's if you're lucky to get a job. I cringe when I hear all these people saying how lucrative nursing is when I think about all the nurses who are underemployed if employed at all.....
- Apr 4, '11 by y'allhirinQuote from greenbeaniolol yeah that question too. but, you will lose your license if you don't take your CE and broke to pay the re-licensure. no wonder why RN's are miserable, nobody is hiring new grads! anyways, good luck y'all.What do you mean? You don't lose your license just because the job market is bad and nobody is hiring new grads!
Did you mean are they working as RNs?
- Apr 11, '11 by doinkOne advice I can give is that find who is the directors for whatever floor you are applying and go there in person with your resume. The hospital that i work for as a tech does not post most of their jobs online. Time and time again, they tell me that when a new grad comes out of their way to introduce themselves in person, it leaves a good impression in their minds. This is coming from a assistant director at my work that deals with the hiring and has huge stacks of applications coming in every week. It shows that younreally want to work. Couple of my buddies did that and got hired.