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Craigslist has a decent amount of nursing jobs in my area.
If you want to be really thorough you can google things by category. Like "hospitals near Los Angeles". Then write down all of the hospitals and go to each of their websites and look for the career or employment section.
Then you can start over and google nursing homes, surgery centers, or wherever you are looking for employment. If it is a smaller facility you can always call or just show up with a resume.
Thanks sillywilly. I thought my question would be easy but maybe it's not. I want some national site where I can plug in various random cities across the country when I hear about an area that has a job.I know certain areas have their own sites that are super popular but I am hoping there is a popular website used across the country that I could use for various markets in the whole of the States.
Any job site for your local area should have most of the nursing jobs listed. Heck, I've even found local jobs here in the midwest listed on west coast websites!
Not in my case because I go to school in Puerto Rico in an accelerated program in English. All the sites are in Spanish. There are tons of jobs here but the pay is awful and I don't speak Spanish so I'll be moving somewhere that I can find a job. I will not be moving back to CA for a year or two until I have experience because everyone I know out of nursing school in CA cannot find a job and are leaving the sate or ending up at jails or other random places.
I thought my question would be easy but I guess it really wasn't. Thanks for everyone's input.
As I hear about random sleepy towns across the country that are hiring I wanted to plug them into a nursing job site.
Job Search | one search. all jobs. Indeed.com works wonders. if you dont get a lot that comes up, either your search was too specific or there just arent many jobs in your city. find out how far you're willing to drive and plug in THOSE city names. i live in NJ which isnt a very big state, so when i search, i just put NJ as my location so it searches everywhere.
go broad and take the time to rummage through everything. for me, Keyword: rn ; Location: NJ
organize it by "Date" instead of "Relevance" to get the most recent jobs put up.
careerbuilder and craigslist work very well for some of the smaller jobs such as nursing homes and private practice offices.