New nurse looking for new job

  1. Hello All,

    I am a new grad since June. I have been working med-surg. I enjoy the work I do a lot but I hate the place I work at and I need to look for other work but I don't know if that is wise since I am a new grad. I also need a change in hours due to family matters. I could sure use some advice from any and all who have it to give :uhoh21: . Thanks in advance.

    nurselady06
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  2. 7 Comments

  3. by   tde1992
    university of maryland medical center MICU are in need of nurses, we just opened a 30 bed unit from a 10 bed unit. We hire new grads
  4. by   EvelynRN-BSN
    I hear great things about AAMC.
  5. by   stickadoraRN
    i am a new RN here in the philippines and have no experience yet working as a registered nurse coz im planning to finish first all the foreign exams, esp the requirements of Maryland.however, i heard that this is a "walk through" city which, if im not mistaken, is a place for travel nurses.i have no plans of being a travel nurse.i wana have a stable place to live and work in b/c i have a family of my own already.now, i wana know if this is possible despite what i've heard that this is a "walk through" city for nurses..i have no much details about this.i heard it is also a nice place for nurses. and the eligibility, how long will it take in maryland? i hope i will be answered asap..thanks!

    God bless!! p
  6. by   stickadoraRN
    I am planning to apply in maryland and i already request for licensure by exam in their BON.how long will it take before i receive the form?I only requested last week and I emailed them but there's still no response regarding my request.anyways, i also read here that Maryland is a "walk through" city and as far as i know, it's about travel nurses.

    However,i have no plans of being a travel nurse. I wanted to stay in maryland for the longest time i want. I want a stable job there and a stable living.Is it still possible for a BSN,RN like me?and is their processing that long or not so long?i hope i can hear from u soon. thank you!
  7. by   koala_bear
    I have no idea what a "walk-through city" is but all states are in need of full-time nurses. There are plenty of opportunities. The fact that you intend to stay and work long-term @ a particular area is even better. There's nothing worse than a newly oriented RN to up and leave the hospital. Considering the fact that there aren't any contracts to be signed, this happens a lot. What form are you waitaing for?
  8. by   stickadoraRN
    thank you for the fast reply.i am a nurse here in the philippines. i requested for the application for Licensure by Exam from maryland BON office, i emailed them already.but i have no idea how long will it take before i receive the form together with the finger print card.these are some of our requirements to be able to take the NCLEX. anod how is Maryland? is it a good place for nurses? do they pay good? how about the tax? i hope i could get more informations. thanks so much! :kiss
  9. by   wannab06
    Quote from stickadoraRN
    i am a new RN here in the philippines and have no experience yet working as a registered nurse coz im planning to finish first all the foreign exams, esp the requirements of Maryland.however, i heard that this is a "walk through" city which, if im not mistaken, is a place for travel nurses.i have no plans of being a travel nurse.i wana have a stable place to live and work in b/c i have a family of my own already.now, i wana know if this is possible despite what i've heard that this is a "walk through" city for nurses..i have no much details about this.i heard it is also a nice place for nurses. and the eligibility, how long will it take in maryland? i hope i will be answered asap..thanks!

    God bless!! p

    "Walk Through" mean you can get a temporary licensed in just 1 hour or up to a day. That mean you can get a licensed to work with while you wait for your permanent licensed. Maryland is just one of 7 or 10 states that offer this.

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