I got the job!

  1. I just got the call and I start my training on Monday. It's per diem, and no guarantee past a 12-week maternity leave, but I'll take 12 weeks over 0.

    All told so far, I've put out 30 applications, for any job I thought I was even minimally qualified for, and this is the only interview I got. I'm glad I did well!
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    About pockunit, ADN, RN

    Joined: Nov '10; Posts: 634; Likes: 1,016
    Director of production, delivery, and education
    Specialty: 5 year(s) of experience in Emergency; med-surg; mat-child


  3. by   mangopeach
  4. by   jonesgeo
  5. by   sauconyrunner
    Congratulations and good luck!!!! If nothing else, this will be a nice build for the resume!
  6. by   GitanoRN
    Congratulations on your latest accomplishment, as i wish you the best in all of your future endeavors... Aloha~
  7. by   lorren2002
  8. by   nrs4lyfe
  9. by   deimysvigilRN
  10. by   Hillarienic
    Great job! Congratulations!
  11. by   KimberlyRN89
  12. by   Rosenhammer
    Good for you! Congratulations!
  13. by   leyaussie LPN
    Even a temporary per diem will add to your experience and look good on a resume. What's more is that these types of jobs enhance your organization skills, and your ability to think on your feet. It also increases your "contacts"in the medical field. Give it all you got, don't be afriad to ask questions and become part of the team!
    Congratulations, your journey has just begun!
  14. by   frigifide
    There are lots of opportunites out there for all of us! Great Job...

    More info here