jenn_nurse 2,150 Views
Joined Apr 22, '09.
Posts: 17 (6% Liked)
you could also try working prn. least you could get a foot in the door if you an opening came up that you wanted.
and you could have a little control over your schedule...
You have a job you like? I'm a new RN, BSN working 12-hr shifts at a hospital & looking hard for anything else. The pay is allright, but the high, high levels of stress and exhaustion are like nothing I could have ever imagined. I agree the previous post, PRN would be a good way to check into hospital work.
:spin:Hi. I train my coworkers in CPR-AHA-You first need to become a certified instructor yourself. You can go to the American Heart Association Website to find out how. I train most of my coworkers in the Heartsaver curriculum, as most of them are not MEDICAL. I do enjoy it. Best of luck to you!!!
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