So I'm thinking ahead and being neurotic, like I do.
I'm applying for any and all RN positions that seem reasonable (i.e. I meet the minimum requirements, etc.). IF I manage to land a job in LTC, which seems most likely at this point, AND I then manage to get an interview/job offer at a hospital, how big a douche would I be for taking the job and quitting LTC, even if I'd only been there a short time? All part of the game?
I realize that it could be 6-12 months before I even get a hospital interview, but it could also be tomorrow and I feel like I should be doing *something* in the field while I wait, just GET A JOB, ANY JOB and worry about quitting later.
But I also worry about being a butt and leaving just a few weeks after I start.
I know. Worry about it when it happens. Nevermind! Pay no attention to the unit behind the curtain. I'll just go rock in a corner and wait for an interview call.
Can I just say, though: it is SO WEIRD to be sending out this many resumes. Every other job I've had was easy peasy to land. All about the market? Maybe.