Yeah. Wow. A little extreme to the very least, KJAKE.
I've been terminated from Nursing jobs
three times in my career, although the reasons didn't involve med errors.
It was the old "one door doesn't close without another opening" scenerio for me. All three times, I found bettter jobs with higher pay.
With the first job after being terminated, I said that I was "open for more work" at a Home Health Agency where I had been doing some part time work. Within 30 days, I became the Nursing Supervisor.
The second time, I gave the reason for leaving as a "consensual agreement". I got the job as a Nursing Supervisor over Medical Services and the Methadone Clinic at a Community Mental Health facility.
The third time after being terminated, I was tired of playing games and gave the reason as "I got fired". The Director, where I am presently employed, asked me at a Nursing Job Fair, "When can you come and work with us?"
I've been working at the same job for 11 years and counting.
Sometimes you have to kiss a lot of Warhols before you find your Rembrandt.
So, you never know.
Good luck to you, KJAKE.