Nurse Dracula overqualified

  1. Can you imagine interviewing Dracula for a nurse position?

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  2. 16 Comments

  3. by   Esme12
    Isn't that the truth.....
  4. by   samadams8
    Wow. Totally.

    New grads should understand that a lot of highly experienced nurses are being blown off too--mostly as a means to control salaries.

    If places have enough of a budget crunch, they can certainly be pressued to take the new grad. NG's are cheaper--and they are less likely to assert themselves against unfair scheduling, and other such things. They are easier to control, ha ha ha.
  5. by   netglow
    So it is true. I saw an ad today...

    Experience: 1-10 years.
  6. by   SycamoreGuy
    Bet he'd be pretty good at blood draws
  7. by   madwife2002
    I feel like Count Dracula now! LOL
    Especially as I can't change jobs because I am over qualified
  8. by   Lpn1213
    You have to continue your education, run up some student loan debt, and bam your now over qualified. Been there, bought the tee shirt too
  9. by   Fuzzy
    I bet that he would be happy to work graves (nights).

    Fuzzy
  10. by   echoRNC711
    Sucking the life out of best blooded in Nursing!
  11. by   wannabecnl
    SycamoreStudent, you stole my line: I was going to say that if nursing didn't work out, he could always become a phlebotomist...
  12. by   nursel56
    Quote from wannabecnl
    SycamoreStudent, you stole my line: I was going to say that if nursing didn't work out, he could always become a phlebotomist...
    Me too, lol. Although his technique is a little unconventional . . .
  13. by   Emergency RN
    Quote from nursel56
    Me too, lol. Although his technique is a little unconventional . . .
    Speaking of which, I would certainly question his ability at maintaining asepsis, LOL...
  14. by   amygarside
    Yeah, life can sometimes be unfair if you hear that you are overqualified as a nurse. I mean of course you gain many experience so how come they don't take advantage of it instead of saying you are overqualified.

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