Newly license nurse what job should I take? - page 2
Hello: I am a newly license nurse in Texas I had being looking for a job since november 2010, I finally got a job offer in a hospital and I should be starting two weeks from now; the pay is really good is a PRN job no... Read More
- 0Mar 8, '11 by MrChicagoRNWe provide new grads 9 weeks of oriention. They also have a year long cohort nurse residency that they attend monthly for 4-8 hours each time.
2 weeks is nothing.
I'd suggest taking the part-time position and continue to look.
If the FT position comes through, take it and just reduce your prn availability (or quit completely) with 3 months under your belt
- 0Mar 9, '11 by Miller86Quote from babyRN.I work on a acute medicine floor and I actually only got two weeks of orientation as a new grad when I started back in October...and I didn't think my orientation was too short. Maybe that's just me though and back in January I started floating to rehab, med/surg, and tele as needed since I was hired part-time.Two weeks orientation for a new grad with NO experience doesn't seem very safe. I'm not trying to be a debbie downer here, just putting in my two cents with my own experience and those that I've read of others. Does anyone else not see this?
OP, you should take both job offers since the latter one starts in June. You have plenty of time to decide what works best for you, but having a prn job along with a full-time would not be such a bad idea.