Articles: Nursing Job Search Assistance

Articles: Nursing Job Search Assistance

Nursing Job Search Assistance focuses on how to gain employment as a nurse during economically hard times: How to find the job you want; how to prepare a resume that will get you in the door; how to handle yourself during the interview; how to land that coveted job. Find out what it takes to go from job hunter to employee!

How I got my dream job!

How I got my dream job!

by tokyoROSE - I have been waiting to post this for a long time! I hope this information will help anyone looking for a job. Some background info - I graduated with high honors... Read More →

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The Pre-Employment Background Check

The Pre-Employment Background Check

by TheCommuter - First of all, it is an extremely positive sign whenever any prospective employee reaches the point in the hiring process that involves initiation of the... Read More →

Capture Your Heart's Desire: Finding the Job You  Want

Capture Your Heart's Desire: Finding the Job You Want

by Brenda F. Johnson - My family and I had been wanting to move from Florida to Tennessee for over eighteen years, so when our house sold this past May, I was beyond ecstatic. Having... Read More →

Networking in Nursing to Achieve Results

Networking in Nursing to Achieve Results

by TheCommuter - When hunting for a nursing job in today's ultra-competitive employment market, networking is an essential strategy that results in the desired outcome if utilized... Read More →

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Are You An Innie or An Outie? Personality Testing And You

Are You An Innie or An Outie? Personality Testing And You

by Liddle Noodnik - Years ago I was living in a transitional housing program, trying to figure out why my life was such a mess. I was dealing with addiction issues, trying to be a good... Read More →

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Fired After Fifty: Redux

Fired After Fifty: Redux

by VivaLasViejas - Several years ago when I was laid off from my LTC job due to low census, I remember despairing of ever finding another job. I was in my early fifties then. At the... Read More →

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Curious Observations Regarding Job Postings

Curious Observations Regarding Job Postings

by TheCommuter - 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... Read More →

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Employment Scams And Fake Job Postings

Employment Scams And Fake Job Postings

by TheCommuter - Unemployed healthcare workers who are desperate for work might fall victim to phony job postings that take full advantage of their vulnerable situations. Even... Read More →

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How to Survive the Job Search

How to Survive the Job Search

by JeanettePNP - The search for my first nursing job was hands down the most brutal, draining, demoralizing period of my life. After all the hard work of getting through school,... Read More →

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I got a job!!!! BOO-YOW!

I got a job!!!! BOO-YOW!

by ChicagoRN-BSN - I am cheeeesing!!! Because I am officially a nurse. That's right! No longer am I the licensed non-working individual. But I am not here to gloat or rub it in. I... Read More →

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One Strategy To Land a Nursing Job: The End Around

One Strategy To Land a Nursing Job: The End Around

by KeepItRealRN - In order to get a leg up on the competition you need to employ strategies that will help your application float to the top rather than sink to the bottom. The... Read More →

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Overqualified? What the Heck?

Overqualified? What the Heck?

by TheCommuter - Employers are demanding experience in this day and age. But how does a person amass the necessary work experience if no one will hire them? This is the $64,000... Read More →

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Job Hunting: Let The Games Begin!

Job Hunting: Let The Games Begin!

by VivaLasViejas - As much fun as job-hunting is (said no one ever), I knew I was doomed the very first time I visited the Employment Division's job search website and found only a... Read More →

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Getting Your Desired Position 101

Getting Your Desired Position 101

by BostonTerrierLoverRN - Since the economy went downhill and facilities started hiring seasoned nurses returning from retirement, and housewife nurses that had a husband layed off, etc. the... Read More →

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Yes, Bad Job References Are Legal!

Yes, Bad Job References Are Legal!

by TheCommuter - Many people will insist that it is illegal for a former employer to give bad references or say anything negative about former employees. In fact, one woman told me,... Read More →

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