mkmascare 776 Views
Joined Jul 11, '10.
Posts: 10 (20% Liked)
Have you had your resume looked at for grammar and spelling and format? Same with your cover letter?
Hi! Congrats on the job. Do you mind telling me if you work full or part time, 8 or 12 hours, and approximately what the pay is? I have an interview there soon and I'm just wondering how it compares to other places. Also, how long is your orientation, did you have ED experience as a tech? Sorry for all the questions. Thanks a lot.
I know I'm guilty. I bet there's not one nurse out there that will work for free.
Keep in mind that in a few years, if you're interested in becoming an NP, you will need a doctorate, rather than a master's.
Why am I not surprised a man would have this attitude. I guess we should go back to the time of the caveman :Woman have babies: :Woman stay home: :Woman take care of man: :Woman not work:
What next? Fertility becomes a pre-exisiting condition?
I'm a new grad and started orientation this month. So far it's really wonderful. The nurse educators are fantastic. I work in the ED and so far all the nurses are really nice and helpful.
It's really tough in San Diego. I just moved from San Diego to Michigan and was thankfully able to get a hospital job in less than a month. A few of my nursing classmates moved out of CA as well, mostly to TX.
Do your homework! I always ask the applicant why they want to work at my institution and what they know about us. Usually they say "It a magnet hospital". Not enough............
Take a look at their mission statement and values. I was asked to pick one of their values and give an example of when I demonstrated/upheld that value at a previous job.
I have an interview on Tuesday with U of M and it is my first new grad interview!!!.
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