Finding a job/how long does it take.

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    I have applied to a good 30 jobs already for hospitals, I can do either CNT/PCT work or clerical work I have the training for CNT, but the experience in medical clerical work.

    My hubs is worried I won't find a job.. But I'm having to limit myself to days and hours... Cause of his work schedule... It's totally not that I can't find a job, I just can't apply for anything that does not work for our schedule..

    I have applied for a few positions that would totally works SAT/SUN 7a-7p I sure hope someone gives me a call soon...
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    Keep trying hopefully you will get a call soon
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    The last time a hospital called me, it was literally 3 to 4 months after I applied. I had forgotten I even applied there.
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    If you are just getting your certification a lot of hospitals won't hire CNA (or CNTs) with that year experience. You are limiting yourself to days (which is okay) and hospitals (which is cool, I guess) but there are hundreds of people doing the same. Have you considered LTC?
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    Quote from thenameismac
    if you are just getting your certification a lot of hospitals won't hire cna (or cnts) with that year experience. You are limiting yourself to days (which is okay) and hospitals (which is cool, i guess) but there are hundreds of people doing the same. Have you considered ltc?

    what is ltc?
    Thank you
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    Long Term Care (nursing home)
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    Quote from Doulabobbi
    Long Term Care (nursing home)
    Ok thank you
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    Quote from thenameismac
    If you are just getting your certification a lot of hospitals won't hire CNA (or CNTs) with that year experience. You are limiting yourself to days (which is okay) and hospitals (which is cool, I guess) but there are hundreds of people doing the same. Have you considered LTC?
    So basically I have no shot at a hospital right now? I just got my CNA license several months ago and I'm an ADN student (just about done with the second semester - I guess I should change my screen name)...however, my full time job is still the job I was doing before I got into the nursing program (accounts payable at home office of a large retail company)
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    Quote from semester1kid
    So basically I have no shot at a hospital right now? I just got my CNA license several months ago and I'm an ADN student (just about done with the second semester - I guess I should change my screen name)...however, my full time job is still the job I was doing before I got into the nursing program (accounts payable at home office of a large retail company)
    I'm not saying you don't have a shot but a lot of posts (majority) state in the description that you need at least one year of similar work experience.


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