New graduate LPNs: any luck finding jobs. - page 4
I am applying to the LPN program for Spring 2010. I was originally in the RN program, however failed my summer class by one point. :banghead: Anyway. I was wondering has any of the new LPN... Read More
4Apr 22, '11 by Cosmetologist2LPNWell, I've had about 3 more interviews since my last post and I FINALLY GOT A JOB!
I am working at a substance abuse/psychiatric facility, but it's the field I actually want to be in as an RN. I mean, I would have been happy with ANY job as an LPN, but I lucked out getting a job in the field I wanted. It's only PRN, but it's a start and I am getting some experience.
I just wanted to encourage other LPNs who are still looking to KEEP ON LOOKING..don't give up! You will find something eventually. Good luck and God bless!
0Apr 28, '11 by imorfa23Is happening to me right now, no luck Iam LPN grad Dec 2010 License for nothing is is very sad.... I feel so bad.... and broke that is even funny......many jobs for LPN but they said "at least one year experience" how we are going to get that experience?.....
0Oct 12, '11 by CalNursTry to relocate outside USA. There is true shortage of nurses in Third World countries (esp in South America and India).
You can keep on searching and waiting here in US but it may be a while before you can find anything. In the mean time you are wasting precious years of your life.
0Oct 16, '11 by rekeller210-16-2011 Any new graduates in Manassas,Va having problem with getting jobs? where are the jobs? Where do I start? Did the ECPI univresity help with job placement? Is there any mentoring programs going on??
0Nov 18, '11 by wolfe75Quote from AshleyAI am going to graduate the LPN program in December 2011. I'm also scared because I feel that I haven't had enough hands-on experience in the clinical setting to be on my own after just a few shifts of training in the LTC setting. How much training time is typically given to a new LPN grad in LTC setting?They need to train you. Don't let them cheat you by not getting enough training before you are on your own.