Columbus, Ohio- New grad wages - page 3

by bpilko111

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Hello everyone! I just had a quick question! I am graduating with my RN as of May 2013 (am currently working as an LPN) in Daytona Beach FL. The new graduate "starting wages" around here are pretty low- about $19-20 in the... Read More


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    Did you apply to the internship at OSU? They're just starting to set up interviews but they had over 500 applicants. I know Grant and Riverside are only hiring internal for new grads and experienced candidates right now.

    Just keep applying. Don't give up. And make sure you have a good resume that helps you stand out.
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    Wow. Thanks for the info. I posted this thread when my fiancÚ applied to OSU for grad school. I'll be done in May (will find out at the en if this month where I'll be looking for a job at). I was excited about him maybe string into OSU- we have a lot if family there and are originally from Ohio- so well see...in a little nervous now lol!
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    And sorry for the typing- yikes! I'm on my phone lol.
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    Just got my acceptance letter to OSU's RN to BSN! Pretty excited, but still no job offers or even interviews Maybe I'll have better luck in the OSU med center now.
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    Quote from chibiRN
    Just got my acceptance letter to OSU's RN to BSN! Pretty excited, but still no job offers or even interviews Maybe I'll have better luck in the OSU med center now.
    Did you apply to the New Grad Internship program at OSU. They are just beginning to set up interviews. As long as your application is still "in review" you're still being considered. If you're willing to relocate, I know of a lot of ADN grads that are getting interviews at Cleveland Clinic through their new grad RN program.
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    I just accepted a position at Mount Carmel East in Columbus in one of their new grad positions. I think East and West may still be hiring new grads. If you apply online you can do a specific search for "New Grad" to find the positions. Starting wage of $23.15 before differentials. Good luck!


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