Anyone work for Advocate Trinity Hospital- Please share good and bad...

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    I was just offered a position as a new grad with Advocate Trinity in Chicago- and advice would be greaty appreciated...
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    hmm...TAKE the job bc new grad positions are really hard to find right now! stick it out for a year even if you HATE IT bc getting a new job after will be A LOT easier.
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    What is the pay for Advocate Trinity for new grads?
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    Quote from tkokkine
    I was just offered a position as a new grad with Advocate Trinity in Chicago- and advice would be greaty appreciated...

    Advocate is a large and healthy system. Lot's of opportunity to advance or move around.

    Congrats!!
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    Does anyone know the starting hourly pay for a new RN grad at Advocate Trinity? Are they union? Thank you
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    Could you post a little about your qualifications? Did you work as an nurses aide? Have a bsn? Internal or external candidate?
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    I worked as a collegiate nurse at another hospital for over a year. No BSN yet.
    Last edit by RescueNinja2013 on Sep 11, '13
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    I worked as a collegiate nurse at another hospital for over a year. No BSN yet.
    Hey Rescue Ninja. I see you're from Cicero Il. I used to live in Cicero. How have you found the job market in Chicago bc it seems horrible according to the threads here in allnurses.

    I'm starting my nursing program in Jan 14 and I'm extremely nervous about scarce job opportunities
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    Hi martina238612, for the most part, there are lots of nursing positions out there, it's the qualifications that must be met that make it seem so scarce, such as an ADN grad needing a BSN and just the fact that many facilities require 1-2 years experience.
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    Quote from RescueNinja2013
    Hi martina238612, for the most part, there are lots of nursing positions out there, it's the qualifications that must be met that make it seem so scarce, such as an ADN grad needing a BSN and just the fact that many facilities require 1-2 years experience.
    So are you going for your BSN or have you been able to find a job as a ADN?!


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