Question 1: Do you feel a need for Lactation Consultants in the GTA?
Question 2: Would an RN with one year of experience (New grad program in peds/NICU) and also having a newly acquired Lactation Consultant certification be desirable/hirable for a part time position at a pediatrician office or maternal/newborn unit?
I am deciding if I want to do a Lactation Medicine program since I can't find part time work as an RN. I have been at home with my little one for 3 years after working in the US at a primary care/urgent care clinic. Prior to that I did a 4 month New grad program, focussing in Peds/NICU, in Toronto. I want to have options for part time work while I mostly stay at home with our second child (not yet conceived).
Any suggestions for finding work as an RN?