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Nurses: If jobs were equally abundant in America, where would you most want to work?

  1. 0 I'd be wonderful to live and work in Las Vegas, I think

    *sigh*... then again, the unemployment rate in that state, I've heard, is astronomical


    Clarification: The question should ask, "If jobs were equally abundant THROUGHOUT America..."
    Last edit by delrepublica1776 on Nov 18, '10 : Reason: clarification
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  3. Visit  canigraduate profile page
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    Somewhere beautiful, with a low population of rich people who pay their own hospital bills in full, and whose residents are polite and civil.

    Wait... you said somewhere in America....
    akanini, 86toronado, caliotter3, and 4 others like this.
  4. Visit  Sterren profile page
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    I'd want to work at Seattle Grace/Mercy West Hospital. The residents there do EVERYTHING.
    RNJill, Erindel RN, 86toronado, and 15 others like this.
  5. Visit  donsterRN profile page
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    I live in upstate NY. It would be perfect here if we New Yorkers weren't so overly taxed. If I were to choose another place to live and work as an RN, it would be the mountains of western NC. Pure heaven.
  6. Visit  Ruby Vee profile page
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    Quote from samanthaeh76
    somewhere beautiful, with a low population of rich people who pay their own hospital bills in full, and whose residents are polite and civil.

    wait... you said somewhere in america....
    i had a job there about thirty years ago. i think it was called brigadoon.
    llg, lindarn, Orange Tree, and 1 other like this.
  7. Visit  nebrgirl profile page
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    Tonight, somewhere warm. With great nurse/pt ratios, cheap quality housing, and awesome scenery...is that too much to ask???
    pedicurn, Leelee2, lindarn, and 1 other like this.
  8. Visit  donsterRN profile page
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    Quote from nebrgirl
    Tonight, somewhere warm. With great nurse/pt ratios, cheap quality housing, and awesome scenery...is that too much to ask???
    Well, just a tad...!
  9. Visit  pers profile page
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    To work? I'm gonna go with CA for the ratios even though that and the nursing job shortage are the only things I know about working in CA. I would love to live in San Francisco though, so working there would certainly make that easier!
    caliotter3 and Orange Tree like this.
  10. Visit  cobee profile page
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    I've always wanted to live in San Francisco! Back in high school when everyone said there was a nursing shortage, I decided I wanted to work at Kaiser on Geary Blvd and rent a room close by so I could bike everywhere. Of course now that's virtually impossible to do as a new grad.
    caliotter3 and Orange Tree like this.
  11. Visit  regularRN profile page
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    I live and work in California... I wouldn't relocate ever!
    jelly221,RN, caliotter3, fiveofpeep, and 1 other like this.
  12. Visit  lovescapeRN profile page
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    CALIFORNIA!!!!! near beautiful beverly hills, hollywood, beaches, and sunny sun all day everyday.

    love love love my job
    fiveofpeep likes this.
  13. Visit  FrogKissingNurse profile page
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    i'd like to spend a year in each state without being penalized for switching jobs all the time. then i'll decide where to stay...
    86toronado and Not_A_Hat_Person like this.
  14. Visit  raekaylvn profile page
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    Quote from Sterren
    I'd want to work at Seattle Grace/Mercy West Hospital. The residents there do EVERYTHING.
    I second this! Not to mention they only hire the beautiful residents... I'd get to stare at Avery all shift long


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