So I moved several states away to take this job that I though would be a terrific learning experience plus I would be giving the facility an awesome RN. Well things haven't been exactly what I expected. Some things have been overwhelmingly positive, my coworkers are awesome and my boss is awesome. I have never been treated so well in any job. It's the nicest little town of people I've come across in a long time. The problems are that the pay is very low and I'm not learning as much as I need to to be able to excell at my next job. I'm really worried that I won't be able to handle another job if I stay at this one too long. It's basically a nursing home with a small ER attached, and the ER would be great but there are times that we don't have any patients. I am going to be going back to a busy place where this type of environment won't exist, plus I really want to be challenged. My time management skills will be poor if I stay, I just know it. What do I do? I don't want to **** anyone off or look like a flake on my resume and dissapoint my boss and coworkers, but I have to look out for myself. How do I fix this and how long should I stay so that I will be able to find something else? Thanks in advance for any suggestions on how to proceede.