Where is the perfect life for an LPN? Alberta or Manitoba ?
Job wise, security wise , weather wise and of course saving some bucks wise ?
PS AM A CONFUSED ONE ATM
I'm an LPN in Alberta but I don't work for AHS. I work for a homecare company subcontracted by AHS.
My company is hiring LPNs...but the pay and benefits do not match those of AHS.
I've been applying for positions with AHS for almost two years, I finally have an interview scheduled for a part-time position. And from what I hear this position has a crazy schedule.
Oh and I have to add about the housing in Calgary....since there's been a huge influx of people into the city because of our vibrant economy the rental market is very tight. I live in the city center where the vacancy rate is less than 1% with average 1 bedroom apartments going for over $900 a month. A two bedroom apartment is around $1200. Outside the center city the rentals are a little bit better. The median price for a single family house is around $450k and a 1 bedroom condo starts at $190k.
Last edit by itsmejuli on Jan 26, '13