Where are new grads being hired right now? - page 6
I would like to get an idea of whats happening with new grads across the country. Where are new grads actually being hired? What are the stats on the new grad programs (how many apply for how many... Read More
0Sep 5, '13 by DanielCAThis thread is great. I graduate next spring, and I'll move for a job. Keep the tips coming..
0Sep 5, '13 by Nurse_, BSN, RNSouthern California is a great place for New Grads right now. Versant programs are abundant as well. A couple of tips for new grads...
- Make sure to take notes of the New Grad programs in the hospital you wish to apply (Fall recruitment will start this month for some of the bigger hospitals). Gather all the documents you might need for your applications such as transcripts and letters of recommendations.
- They don't accept New Grads? Don't get discourage and still apply! If they don't read your resume... oh well... but if they do then that's another hospital for you to explore.
- Have a great resume. Invest if you must! Find someone to write it for you. Someone who knows how to do a resume that will get you directly in interviews.
- Explore every facet... even craigslist. No experience is too little. Practice your license but keep on searching.
0Sep 8, '13 by ExPharmaGirl[QUOTE="Nurse_;7509343"]Southern California is a great place for New Grads right now. Versant programs are abundant as well. A couple of tips for new grads...
That was a joke right? With 1000-2000 people applying for each of the new grad programs, SoCal is NOT a great place for new grads. I tried for a year before I moved across the country for a hospital job.
0Dec 7, '13 by themoderngiantJust graduated and getting ready to take the NCLEX. Keep the advice coming.