Moving to Honolulu 20 May

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    Hey Everyone,
    I am a three year RN and am wanting to get into a trauma ICU or cardiac ICU if I could. My first 6 months experience was on a 32 bed telemetry unit and then after that I've worked for a tiny 25 bed critical access hospital for the last 2+ years in the what they call an ICU. I also float to OB and have experience with laboring patients and newborn care as well. I have certifications in ACLS, PALS, STABLE, FHM, NRP and TNCC. Any thoughts on whether or not it would be difficult for me to land a job? I'm also just a few classes away from my BSN and have the CCRN study book with intentions to get this when I have enough true ICU time. Thanks!!
    I posted this on a reply to DavidERER, but figured I would throw it out here for suggestions as well. Thanks again!

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    So what happened ... did you get a job?
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    Hi tyvin,
    I haven't applied for anywhere yet. Getting my son going with his ABA therapy has taken a lot more of my time than I thought it would. Maybe come September I will start putting applications in. I would like to go back sooner but not possible at this time unfortunately . I will post on here as soon as I get a bite for a job though!!
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    Hopefully you've found good resources for your son. Welcome ... if you have any questions or need some info on what's really going on over here let me know.
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    Hi tyvin,
    Thank you for the welcome!! We are new to this whole process for finding therapies but i think we are off to a good start, i just hope it stays that way! I'm going to send in the application for my license this week. Do you have suggestions of where to start when I do receive the license? Does it take a while for that to go through? It seems as if it's difficult to get an offer out here which I'm nervous about.


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