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- by cll72089 Jul 25, '12I am planning to move to the Savannah area around the end of next June/early July. I am graduating from nursing school at that same time. I'm seeing a lot of posts that finding GN positions or new RN positions is appearing difficult-- is this something that is occurring statewide? Is there hope for me when I come down there? I have family there and have had my heart set on getting out of Pennsylvania ASAP after school. Just curious what the job market is like there.
- Jul 31, '12 by cll72089Can anyone help with this?
- Aug 13, '12 by ccbrewer42I am a new grad RN currently living in Savannah. I moved here from TN to be with my husband. It has been near impossible to find a job here. St Joseph's and Memorial are hopeless. They refuse to even consider anyone without a years experience. They have residency programs, but they don't even have the decency of informing you if you did not get accepted. There are a few smaller hospitals, but still no luck anywhere.
- Aug 17, '12 by cll72089Blah, that's not reassuring I'll keep my fingers crossed for the both of us! Thanks for the post!
- Aug 21, '12 by passionflowerDuring clinicals pay close attention to what interests you. I know it may be early on in your nursing career to know what you may what to specialize in, but in terms of getting a leg up on the competition you could look into getting some certifications after you have passed your boards. For example if you enjoy your L&D clinicals, look into NRP or ACLS certifications. This doesn't mean you will pigeon hole yourself into that specialty and not be able to move around, it just gives you a bit more to offer your employer.
- Aug 21, '12 by cll72089Thank you!!! I am extremely interested in critical care, and thankfully, at the end of my Acute rotation, my school has us go through ACLS certification. Thanks for the tips!!