Best Facility to Work in New York for New Grads

  1. 0 I am a pre-nursing (BSN) student with a keen interest in living in New York. More specifically, I am looking to live in Brooklyn. What is the best place to work as a new grad? Why? What starting salary should a new grad at the specified facility expect? Is the hospital worth the commute? All other advice is welcomed regarding theses facilities as well.

    TIA,

    Ashley
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  4. Visit  roseynurse345 profile page
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    Considering the employment scenario in NYC, the best facility is the hospital that hires you. Unfortunately, there is a glut of new grads in NYC.
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    Quote from roseynurse345
    considering the employment scenario in nyc, the best facility is the hospital that hires you. Unfortunately, there is a glut of new grads in nyc.


    i was going to say this same thing. Who ever hires you is the best job
  6. Visit  guiltysins profile page
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    Definetely agreeing with what the top two said.

    However though, if the economy does get better and employment is not such a scarce thing and they lift the hiring freeze, then aim for the teaching hospitals like New York Methodist and Maimonides Medical Center.

    Most facilities in NYC are between 60-70K a year as a starting salary.

    As far as the commute, well Brooklyn is a large borough so it depends on what part you live in which will determine the commute.


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