Going on 6 months since Licensure, still no LPN job.. depressed!! Going on 6 months since Licensure, still no LPN job.. depressed!! - pg.2 | allnurses

Going on 6 months since Licensure, still no LPN job.. depressed!! - page 2

Hello everyone, I am writing this because I am depressed, need advice and need to vent!! (Sorry it's looong) I graduated from a very well resepected LPN program in June 2009 and was the very first... Read More

  1. Visit  VinoLover2030 profile page
    #13 0
    did you get the job?
  2. Visit  Miss Tay profile page
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    Yes!!! thank you all!! I got the job- finally I can start working as a nurse!! It is at a long term care facility, full time,day shift,12 hour shifts!! I feel so lucky because rarely do new grads get day shift!! Plus the orientation and support that new grads get is second to none in this area, This really seems like a place that I can stay for a long time. I am so excited to finally start working!
  3. Visit  DelanaRN profile page
    #15 0
    Just found this post and wanted to check on you and see if everything is looking up for you now...how is the job going?
  4. Visit  Ximena2008 profile page
    #16 0
    Looking for a job is thought but something will come. I recently passed my RN exam and one thing I did was to apply to every single place. As a nurse you need to see what is there to offer, hospital, nursing homes, home health care, long term care, teaching (I got a teaching job for the cna program), a lot of the colleges are desperate looking for nurses who want to teach, there is also research, case management, travel nursing and much more. Just open up to your possibilities. Nursing is great, no money nor time is wasted by getting your education.
  5. Visit  willow86 profile page
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    what part of ohio are you in? i know there are a few places in my area (belmont county, near wheeling, wv and steubenville) that are hiring because most people are moving out of the area. this may not be the best place to work (i constantly swear that i'm moving away from this forsaken place) but it could be a foot in the door and an experience opportunity for future jobs if you live close enough...

    best of luck to you!
  6. Visit  NurseJoshua profile page
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    Amen...... Graduated 2/12/2009. I have 12 years of Pre-Hospitial emergency exp. . I also apply for MA jobs and LTC jobs..... Anything pays better then EMS