I graduated w/ as a BSN in December, passed the nclex in January, got my first job as a home health nurse at the end of january, and then got a fulltime RN job at a nursing home. I went this route because I did not get a single call back from a hospital recruiter. I am making an easy $100k w/ OT, but I plan on going back for a masters as a NP. The problem is that I got 2 interviews from two hospitals. One is a prestigious Chicago hospital and the other one isn't so prestigious. One position is for the OR and the other one is the ICU. I know these two are usually top on the list of most nursing students. Please advice me, should I stay where I am at or quit my current jobs (which is the only way I can do either of the other jobs if I get it) or stay where I am at? I know the ICU especially will broaden my skills enormously, but the ICU job is at a poor chicago hospital. I don't know how much I can learn as a scrub nurse or a circulating nurse. For future growth what should I do? I almost know the answer, but I am hoping to get a different perspective from someone with more experience.