New to West Monroe, Help!!!

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    I just moved to West Monroe due to my husband being in the military. I currently have a ADN and I am unable to find work. Does this area require you to have an BSN?
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    Hello, how has the job search in Monroe/ west Monroe turned out for you?
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    No and ADN is just fine! St Francis draws a lot of employees and he majority of my classmates(ADN) went there).
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    ADN is fine. St Francis & Glenwood are two area hospitals. There is also University Health(used to be EA Conway). I'm not sure if they are hiring still, but they may still be. I work there and really love working in a teaching hospital.
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    Quote from Katie71275
    ADN is fine. St Francis & Glenwood are two area hospitals. There is also University Health(used to be EA Conway). I'm not sure if they are hiring still, but they may still be. I work there and really love working in a teaching hospital.
    That's great! I'm from there and I'm in nursing school now. The plan is to return home once I graduate.
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    Quote from mzbanks2001
    I just moved to West Monroe due to my husband being in the military. I currently have a ADN and I am unable to find work. Does this area require you to have an BSN?
    Hi! SO glad to talk to another nurse from West Monroe!! My dh and I are both ADNs - hubby works at SF - he says they are still hiring AD's. have u tried Cornerstone?

    Good luck - let me know how it goes.
    Anne, RNC
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    Quote from sissiesmama
    Hi! SO glad to talk to another nurse from West Monroe!! My dh and I are both ADNs - hubby works at SF - he says they are still hiring AD's. have u tried Cornerstone?

    Good luck - let me know how it goes.
    Anne, RNC
    I have one year left of nursing school, and I am seriously considering returning home once I graduate. Are you all satisfied with your pay in that area? I live in Texas now and I am worried about the pay difference.


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