New LVN grad to-be, wondering about jobs and salary - page 2
Hi! I will be graduating from an LVN program in August of this year! My fellow classmates and I have been speculating about how our job hunt will go. I personally am interested in dialysis... Read More
0Apr 10, '11 by texasjmnQuote from teeceeit took me almost one month to find a job. I went for a couple interviews and they all wanted a nurse wt experience already. But i just got hired and they agreed to train me. start rate $23.50 which is awesome for a new grad!
If I may ask, are you in Texas? or where are you from?
1Apr 11, '11 by wellness143I graduated in Feb. and had two job offers in March. Accepted one at an assisting living community making $21/hr.
1Apr 13, '11 by teeceeQuote from texasjmnam in de east detroit michigan side.If I may ask, are you in Texas? or where are you from?
0Aug 14, '12 by CaseyT, LVNJust updating an old post. I'm a new grad in Houston and was wondering if anybody had any new input on the subject. I have been looking, but the job market for LVNs has definitely taken a hit. I take my NCLEX August, 23rd. !
0Aug 15, '12 by zieglarf, LVNQuote from texasjmnYou wouldn't want to stay of course, but you could continue your CNA job until you find an LVN job.Well, I can't work at the hospital I currently am employed at. They do not hire LVNs. So I am officially out of a job in August
You can work below your license - an LVN can do CNA work. But they are employed as a CNA and cannot do LVN work unless it's a medical emergency - then you work at your highest level.