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The New Grads I Know... - page 2

The New Grads I know in MA got jobs in the following areas: Pediatric office (two RNs) Methadone Clinic (one RN) Detox facility (three RNs and two LPNs) "Adult Day Care" (LPN) Home Health (one... Read More

  1. Visit  NeoPediRN profile page
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    So funny that in the beginning every new grad dreams of that grand hospital job, and after a few years a good amount of us run screaming from the bedside. Any one of those jobs sounds better than being a floor nurse with the way things are going!
    KelRN215 likes this.
  2. Visit  hotflashion profile page
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    Yes, but the gold standard for the experience required for 98% of the jobs I see advertised is acute care experience, i.e., hospital.
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  3. Visit  ualskyguy profile page
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    I'll apply
  4. Visit  JKBGNP profile page
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    Where can most NP opportunities be found? I am an ANCC certified Gero/Adult NP/CNS that has approx 10 yrs of experience and have worked in nearly every setting that pts receive care in these days. I am really looking very hard for the "perfect fit" for myself at this point in my career. I do not think I will have the desire to move around much anymore so have been looking for a great place where I can continue my career and also a place that I will really enjoy enough to spend many years there while working towards building up a good retirement nest-egg. Lately, I have noticed that the retirement benefits are practically non-existent at some places along with other benefits. It's scary what the economy has done to everything. Any suggestions on where I should look would be greatly appreciated!!!
  5. Visit  KelRN215 profile page
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    Quote from JKBGNP
    Where can most NP opportunities be found? I am an ANCC certified Gero/Adult NP/CNS that has approx 10 yrs of experience and have worked in nearly every setting that pts receive care in these days. I am really looking very hard for the "perfect fit" for myself at this point in my career. I do not think I will have the desire to move around much anymore so have been looking for a great place where I can continue my career and also a place that I will really enjoy enough to spend many years there while working towards building up a good retirement nest-egg. Lately, I have noticed that the retirement benefits are practically non-existent at some places along with other benefits. It's scary what the economy has done to everything. Any suggestions on where I should look would be greatly appreciated!!!
    Where do you live?

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