Jasminelfue 1,053 Views
Joined Sep 26, '12.
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Actually I got a couple call backs so I'm waiting I'm from Worcester area how about you ?
Evil. What the $&@$ sometimes I don't know what to think of certain people. Just keep it moving. I'm sure they won't find a reason.
Boston new grads between 21-25 an hr
I actually was pregnant and had a 3 year old. I basically had to wait until she fell asleep around 8pm and study/homework. In the morning I had to be at clinicals at 7 am but I would drop my daughter off and get there an hour early to study. I also used my lunch to study. Flash cards helped a lot !! They actually were my savior. Group discussions like me and my friends would test each other whenever we had a chance. We would also throw random facts around. Having my boyfriend quiz me while I was bathing the baby or cooking also worked. Good luck!
I would like to know too! I just got my PN License and would like to work in rhode island As well. What do I do? Do you know pay rate. 3 new grads same class as me started at the following 23.00 23.75 and 25.00
Whoops! I forgot to mention, I am a LPN. My experience is 3 years of CNA in LTC, but none as an LPN. I am a new grad! Thanks for hiring me lol
I'm basically looking for a weekend job. Friday Saturday and Sunday.looking to do doubles on weekends if allowed. I live in Clinton ma ! Thank you
What helped me the most was sticking to one source. I did the Kaplan qbank 790 questions and my highest score as 68% I think and I passes my first time at 86 questions. I wonder where you need help in. I wish I could help!
Thank you guess I'm just nervous. A lot of nurses I've worked with were ..... Umm. Well they had high standards lets put it that way. Are any of you from Boston ?
I think if you don't enjoy patient care nursing will be a LITTLE hard for you lol. Psych should be fun , they do have a wise variety of specialties in nursing. 2 semesters ? Hmm I would wait it out a little longer before I made my choice. You never know ! Good luck
I would commute, enjoy my ride and enjoy my shift. Your more likely to arrive early since its an hour away. I just couldn't work somewhere I didn't enjoy working at, it's a job your going to be doing this everyday might as well enjoy doing it.
If its me , I will stick around. Just remember its our license on the line. A couple extra seconds and you keep your license.
Hello everybody, I hope I'm not asking a ridiculous question. When I was 18 I was working as a cna and I always got treated differently or I felt like I was babied and not taken seriously. There was a lot of older cnas and nurses that treated me like their child . I know it is a young adult age but i had a baby at 17 moved out of my house at 17 so mentally I am more mature than what people would think. ( with a lot more to learn) no matter what age you mature daily. I went to nursing school and now I am an lpn I recently passed my nclex. Even in nursing school I was the youngest student nd my classmates and even some clinical instructors treated me the same way. It may be due to my petite figure I'm 5 feet 110 Pounds that makes me look even younger. I am 22 now and I have another baby I just had her 3 months ago. I am now applying for jobs and I'm concerned that as a nurse my staff will not think I'm capable of running a floor. Will it impact my chances on getting a job? How can I set my foot down to control or handle situations where someone another nurse or a cna is trying to take advantage ? I feel that because of my age the cnas will be to lax with me ! Any advice?
Yup. Worked for me!
Well not to be negative, but my professor told me no student gets straight A's in nursing school. It is too much content. When I was in school all I thought to myself " are we here to be doctors"? It's do much content!
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