Quote from whitey_fisk
No, this is not my first job. I am showing...I'm 5 and a half months, but not too big.
Depending on how you are carrying it might be possible to hide it with the right out fit.
Most people don't notice your "bump" as much as you do, if they don't already know your pregnant they tend to not spend to much time focusing on your tummy.
I'm 8 months pregnant, and even now the right shirt makes all the difference. I'm sure if people don't believe that I'm pregnant when I wear a peasant top you can find the right shirt too!
As far as jobs you need to remember any lifting limits you have.
Have you considered working directly for a family? Thats what I'm doing right now, and since I report directly to the mother, it is much more flexible. I make the same per hour that I made as an aid (obviously you are a nurse so you should charge more) in a facility, but I only have one "patient" who comes to my house. Its great because it isn't as stressful or physiclly demanding, and once I give birth, instead of having to take time off (which I can't afford) or leave my newborn with a sitter (which I can't afford or emotionally handle) I can be with my baby and continue working since I work from home. I'm sure you can get what ever job you want, I just thought I'd let you know that there are some more flexible options than facility work.
Good luck with your job hunt and your baby!