New Grad LVN found AWESOME JOB! - page 2

by CaliLVN3583

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Hello, I am a Spanish speaking LVN that had 6 months experiecnce doing private duty nursing getting paid $16.50/hr w/no benefits and I was out of work whenever a patient would get hospitalized and I HATED it and it was because I... Read More


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    I hope I find something like that ! Congrats!
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    That is so great. Congrats. You have made me and others more hopeful into finding a job. Let me know when and if youre hiring because I too am bilingual. Thanks.
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    Are there really so many LVN new grads who just cannot find a job ANYWHERE? Omg, I am getting really scared here. I am going to get my license pretty soon, but it sounds like I'm still going to have a hard time. What about SNIFFs? is it hard to get a job there too?
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    Quote from Sparkle82
    Are there really so many LVN new grads who just cannot find a job ANYWHERE? Omg, I am getting really scared here. I am going to get my license pretty soon, but it sounds like I'm still going to have a hard time. What about SNIFFs? is it hard to get a job there too?
    I got my license in august and STILL have not found and LVN job. I've been on 2 interviews and they ALL want experience. I've submitted over 100 applications and no luck. I too am bilingual and there is no luck, Im so fed up, it's ridiculous.
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    Wow Congrats on your job that sounds great! I just recieved my license in August also, and have applied a few places with no luck yet Im not bilingual but I do live in LA county...if anyone knows of any opening please let me know! Im willing to do anything to get the experience..pay doesnt matter! Thanks!
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    Inspiration honey inspiration.
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    I have been LVN for 30 years, and there are still no jobs. I am going into homecare. But doing my RN through an online program, tired of no work.
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    Congratulations! I really need a job. I have been looking for awhile and it's frustrating. I have been working as a caregiver because it is better than not working at all. I have been looking like crazy but without my 1 year experience I have not been given a chance. I hope that I will get one soon too. By any chance are they hiring where you work? I live in the Los Angeles area and bilingual.
    Last edit by halomerric on Nov 7, '10 : Reason: need to add something
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    Congrats Unfortunately for me (S. Florida), I am still looking for work. I hope I find a job soon. I am so anxious to work and use the skills that I have been taught.
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    congrats, I would be happy just to land your first job!


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