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- by GoosbyLPN Mar 10Im trying to relocate to another state, but its seems like Im not getting interviews because Im not currently living there. What address should I put on the application
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- Mar 11 by plinytheRNI wonder about this too, as I am looking to relocate and apply out of state. I list my current address, I don't think that is the issue. I think employers want to see you have licensing in that state- it shows you are serious about relocating but I am not sure how necessary that is. However, I don't want to get licensed in other states unless I am sure I have a job. I am in CA, I had a phone interview for NC and they knew I didn't have a NC license but that I was serious about relocating. I emphasize that I am willing to relocate and in the process of getting licensure. I have also had offers to interview in Texas, maybe for myself being a new grad RN they don't expect you to have out of state licensing yet?
- Mar 11 by CP2013Quote from GoosbyLPNConsider getting a post office box or using a friends address in the state.Im trying to relocate to another state, but its seems like Im not getting interviews because Im not currently living there. What address should I put on the application
Usually it's not the address they are looking at and they are actually looking for a current and unrestricted license in the state in which you are applying.
- Mar 17 by St_ClaireIn regards to your license I would tell them you are licensed in a compact state (if you are) and have no restrictions on your license and therefore do not anticipate any difficulties licensing in the new state.
If you are a new RN you still face the uphill battle of no experience
- Mar 17 by Nurse_A lot of big hospitals do hire out of state.
Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, John Hopkins... do hire new grads from out of state. It's a matter of getting that initial interview.