I'm Losing hope in finding a Job - page 3
I graduated in December and passed my boards March 30th. I have been searching for jobs ever since but no one has contacted me. I desperately need work because of my student visa situation. I only have a year for work. I wanted... Read More
- 0Jun 7, '13 by PurpleDelightQuote from dandk1997RNI didn't mean it to offend you so I apologize. What I meant was that I thought upstate has a lower population so therefore more job availability for RN's...but apparently all of New York is the sameJust a heads up that this statement seems a smidge offensive to this upstate NY nurse who isn't working in upstate NY because I'm unqualified elsewhere. Just saying.
- 0Jun 7, '13 by dandk1997RNQuote from PurpleDelightOh, I didn't actually take it personally, but if I had a thin skin, it would be a different story. We do have lower population, but we also have smaller hospitals and fewer patients to fill them (its all about proportion.) That being said, I think it is much easier to get jobs here because we don't have quite as many schools dumping out large classes of new grads. My program was the biggest in the area and we only graduated about 100 nurses. The only classmate I am sure didn't get a job fairly quickly is one who moved to HI.
I didn't mean it to offend you so I apologize. What I meant was that I thought upstate has a lower population so therefore more job availability for RN's...but apparently all of New York is the same
Anyway, good luck with your job search, and don't underestimate upstate- were pretty awesome.