Moving to Boston - page 2

I'm moving to Boston with two years of cardiac experience under my belt. Where do you suggest I work when I want to work in a cardiac or ICU area? I would like feel empowered and make good money.... Read More

  1. by   NeoPediRN
    I'm so sorry to say this but you couldn't have picked a worse time to want to come to the Boston area. The market is completely saturated. There are multiple hiring freezes and experienced RNs are not able to find employment. Children's Hospital Boston has an excellent cardiac surgical program, though. They fixed my ASD, among other things, when I was a baby. Best of luck to you!
  2. by   Cprice
    Hi to all,
    and thanks for your replies. I sure hope by time i graduate things may have changed, i really hope to be able to take my son over, i somehow feel it would be tragic not to get there for is sake, after having attempted so many times in the past with an E2 visa and all,but it wasn't meant to be just yet, meanwhile i will keep hopeful.
    Love carla
    A great 2010 to us all,
  3. by   NeoPediRN
    My apologies. My medical-oriented brain thought ASD was atrial septal defect, but when I reread, you clearly meant autism spectrum d/o.
  4. by   Cprice
    That's absolutely fine...i wish i did not knew what it meant either..
    Take care and thanks once more
    Happy holidays
    carla

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