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- by Squarestate Jun 15, '12I'm getting ready to graduate in Dec. and am thinking of making a life change and moving. Not only am I ready for a change in scenary. (I've been living in the same town for most of my life) but the nursing field in my area is very saturated. I know that there are other areas of the country where new grad jobs are more prevelant. Anyone have any suggestions?
- Jun 15, '12 by insaI graduated from UT El Paso, then moved to Virginia. It took me months to find work; all my classmates seemed to find jobs in town immediately. More than half of the population of El Paso speaks Spanish at home, so if you are bilingual that will help, but it doesn't seem to have been a requirement - non-Spanish-speaking folks seemed to do fine too. El Paso is kind of big and sprawling, and the desert environment isn't for everyone, but the people are friendly and it's one of the safest big cities in the US.
- Jun 16, '12 by not.done.yetYep, best place right now to get hired is anywhere along the Mexican border.
- Jun 16, '12 by Ruby Veeif you have any desire to live in the mid-atlantic area, baltimore's johns hopkins hospital is opening more beds and is hiring.
- Jun 18, '12 by skillazoh i would be extremely interested... but john hopkins hospital is a really good hospital are they taking new grads ? ill move immediately if theres openings... im from new york and its been rough...