lisy321 847 Views
Joined Nov 12, '08.
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Yes I've tried every hospital and nothing. I had an interview at Winnie Palmer in January and nothing. I guess I'll keep on trying. Thanks for your response.
I've been trying to get a job as an RN in a Hospital for several years now and I haven't been able to. I currently live in FL. My question here is; How can you get experience if they do not give you any opportunities? My last hospital experience was in 2011. I have tried everything. I got three interviews, but nothing happened. It's very frustrating.
Due to personal events in my life I had to move/ change jobs more than once. I know this is the reason why I can't find a job here in Central FL. How can I get a hospital to give me the opportunity to prove my skills. I have great recommendation letter from previous employer but it doesn't seem to help me. It's very frustrating.
I am a nurse since 2005 and I recently moved to FL. I haven't been able to find a job. I applied everywhere. It's very depressing. I sometimes feel like giving up. I had several events in my personal life that hurt my career. ( haven't been in a position long enough) I have great recommendation letters but that doesn't help me. Anyone knows how can I get a hospital to give me an opportunity?
Yess you are correct!!!!! The exams are veryyyy different. I took the NCLEX but didnt have to take an English Exam. The only state that would change the PR license by endorsement without taking the NCLEX is Florida but only if you've worked in a hospital for two years before requesting the endorsement. I posted the message on thi subject because i read somewhere here tht we were international and also some colleges in the US think that we are. The do their homework and the call you back saying "sorry you were right".
I read some of the other threads about pr, and had some questions. I briefly met an rn in passing who was working at presby in san juan.she spoke zero spanish. My impression was that to work in pr you have to pass boards a second time in spanish via the pr nursing board. I speak a decent amount out spanish and am trying to become fluent, but I couldn't pass boards in spanish. Are there options for people like me? Presby or va? Is the pay that bad in san juan? Does everywhere have like 13:1 staffing? Also are there nurse practitioners in pr? I can't find the np act
Hello everyone. Just wanted to let everyone know that Puerto rican nurses are not international. Puerto Rico is part of the United States. I am from Puerto Rico and iam a citizen.
I can say that the PVT worked for me.... I just found out I passed!!!!!!!!!
how didi you get the interamerican university to send alll paperwork? i asked them about helping nurses to migrate there and no one knows
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