Quote from nicostaqui
I am just beginning my 2nd semester of Nursing School and I have been reading plenty about there being a lack of jobs out there for new grads. I am a male, have a previous bachelor's degree in Spanish and speak the language fluently. I have earned nothing but A's in school. What can I do to make sure I can get a job when I finish up with my BSN?? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! I am all ears! :spin:
Being fluent in at least two languages will definitely make you stand out among all other grads. One of the major reason that helped me to land my first position was putting in my resume that I speak fluently in another language as well.When I mentioned I'm learing the third one she was literally in heaven! Let me tell when the nurse manager (yes not even the nurse recruiter) call me the first thing she mentioned was my fluency in aforeign language...