Latest Comments by MaverickyMaverick

Latest Comments by MaverickyMaverick

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Joined May 11, '09. Posts: 56 (16% Liked) Likes: 15

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    I love your post. Can you look at my resume if I PM you? I would love your feedback. Hook me up.

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    which version of pass ccrn did you use?

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    thank you so much for this advice. its good to see this combo is still working for everyone, i'm about to do the same thing. congratulations CCRN!

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    Quote from Cocolady
    So much better now, transferred to a more suited unit..so far so good!!
    that was quick! congrats.

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    12/hour not countibg shift diff

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    Raleigh is a great place to live, inside the beltline (ITB), downtown area is the neatest in my opinion, Rex and Wake Med, and Duke Raleigh are the big hospitals on that side of town. Durham and Chapel Hill are also great places to live, and the hospitals are UNC and Duke. If you are interested in apartment life in the Raleigh area I would say an average price for a two bedroom goes from 700-900/month. Homes rent for 800-1200 for a rental for a two or three bedroom house, depending on the area. New grad jobs can be hard to come by if you are only emailing and doing your searching online, folks should never underestimate the old fashioned way of finding a job. Get on the phone and ask to speak with a nurse recruiter. If you can get past whoever is answering the phone you might be on to something. I don't know anything about schools but I have heard that Orange County (Hillsborough, Chapel Hill) have great schools, but if you buy a house, taxes in O.C. are real high, so I've heard. Good luck and you can't go wrong in this area, it's the best and there are a lot of places to work

    REX
    WAKE MED
    WAKE MED CARY
    DUKE RALEIGH
    DURHAM REGIONAL
    DUKE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    CENTRAL REGIONAL HOSPITAL (PSYCH)
    UNC HOSPITAL

    etc
    etc
    etc

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    my advice....what i did, which is kinda bold, but when i knew all my friends were getting interviews i called up there and asked when my interviews were. with new grads everyone basically looks the same on paper, if you call them you might stand out some, and there are definitely some units at unc that are real short handed. i say give them a call, the old fashion way. or if you know the unit you want to work on, find out who the nurse manager is and call thatindividual directly, then you will really stand out. good luck y'all

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    there is only a small window at unc to apply for new grads. call them. *****, a guy named **** will know


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