mew1 663 Views
Joined Jan 8, '08.
Posts: 4 (25% Liked)
It might be a good thing to ask them directly. You can call their nurse recruiter and just ask.
Frankly, I've never heard of a hospital willing to train new grads that does NOT require a work commitment. Usually anywhere from 18 months to two years. It usually is a signed contract and there is a monetary penalty for not fulfilling the requirement.
Why would a hospital spend all that money on training a new grad and expect nothing in return?
Hi, does anyone here know if Hawaii Medical Center West requires a work commitment for new grads? and for how long? Thanks!
Hi, can anyone comment on the Tacoma General new grad ICU program (Did you like it?, have you heard good things about the hopsital? etc...). Also, do they require a work commitment?
i'm local and got my license in october 2007 and have been unsuccessful in finding a job also. i've applied to many positions and called HR to follow up, but haven't had a single interview yet. people have reviewed my resume and said it looks fine, so i really don't know what the problem is. i really don't think there is a nursing shortage here in hawaii...at least not for new grads.
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