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- Nov 20, '11 by NelleGit is easier to find a job when you have a job, so take what comes your way and keep looking for what you want.
- Jul 1, '12 by karendion2818Quote from green77busI Just got my LNA License number and have been applying for jobs left and right. I am wondering if the job market is just as bad out there for LNA's as it is for New Grad Nursing Students. I applied for about 10 jobs at 6 different hospitals and 4 of the jobs it said I was not qualified and they were looking at other applicants. Another hospital that I talked to told me to keep applying for jobs on their site if I do not hear back from them but I am not sure that all hospitals feel this way. I am curious if any of you have been applying to multiple jobs at the same hospital.
I also have a question for all of the nuses out there. I am wondering how I can make myself more marketable. A bunch of people in my family are in the medical field and they told me not to go work at a LTC facility if I want to eventually work at a hospital because they will not want me after working at a nursing home. But I am getting very nervous about not finding a job and then no one wanting to hire me because I have taken so much time finding a job.
Thanks for any information that you have.
Erin (New LNA)
To get any LNA job at a hospital you almost ALWAYS want to have at least 6 months to a year of Nursing Home Experience.... b/c they all want experienced LNAs. I work at a hospital and that is one of the requirements
Most people jusr prefer not to work at nursing homes.... but unfortunately that is where your experience comes from
- Oct 15, '12 by thomas81zok im bumping this to get a newer response , im doing the LNA program & i want to work in a LTC facility , what i want to know is are the LTC hireing rite out of school , i have heard that they will , just want to get an accurate hiring pic for LNA
- Oct 17, '12 by thomas81zhello anybody out there lol