New Graduate Nurse willing to Move Anywhere! - page 2

Hello there, I just decided to join AllNurses today because I'm feeling a bit lost. I'm graduating May 6th, and having a very difficult time finding a job in a hospital (as is everyone else). I've... Read More

  1. by   NickiLaughs
    NOT california. Two posters mentioned it. But I know tons of new grads who are not finding positions and having to relocate. AZ is not much better at this time. They just had a special on the news about how nurses being unable to find work in California. I would definitely look into Texas, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin. I have heard these states have jobs.
    Good luck to all of you and I hope you find work soon!
  2. by   Becky8
    It is now 9 months later from these posts and I am wondering if the same info still applies. I also can live anywhere but trying to move south and/or west of New England............a little warmer would be nice. Any new suggestion for the next batch of new grads coming out in May 2010? Thanks for any help.
  3. by   vivicaq
    Many hospitals are understaffed we need to advocated for mandated staffing levels at the state level this might help jump start the hiring process. We can do it if we speak with one voice.
  4. by   RN1298
    I've heard that once you get your license, more doors will open! (hope that's true cause I'm taking NCLEX tomorrow)
  5. by   Becky8
    Good luck!