Curious Observations Regarding Job Postings - page 3
by TheCommuter Senior Moderator
The employment market seemed to have changed for the worse soon after the financial meltdown of 2008. Ever since then, I have noticed that many job postings and 'help wanted' ads have changed insidiously by utilizing a different... Read More
- 0Aug 19, '12 by kissafish4Slaveheart,
I graduated nursing school at the ripe old age of 35. That was last December. I had a job on a busy med-surg tele floor before I even took my NCLEX. I'll tell you the same thing I tell anyone thinking about going back to school later in life: You're going to be 35 anyway. You may as well be 35 with a degree. Good luck!
- 5Aug 19, '12 by kcmylornI am so off the hook angry about the age discrimination and experience discrimination in nursing that I am going to conduct a little experiment- being the "old mean crabby,crusty experienced bat" of an RN I am. I have enrolled in a BSN completion program which starts in 1 month. I will be done in 1 year, at that time I plan to shave off 18 years of my RN experience from my resume. Let's see if the hiring goes any better for a 56 yr old 'BSN' with 14 years experience. I am sick and tired of this age discrimination, experience discrimination and unemployment. I am going to catch these buggers once and for all, Now I am a 'crusty mean old bat" of a nurse - on a mission !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I will definately be posting on my findings!!!!!!!!!!!