Employers don't care where you graduated from, they just care that you have a license. They prefer that you have a bachelor degree. Go to your local board of registered nursing and see what schools
they accept as accredited, if your school is not on the list, don't go there.
Honestly I wouldn't waste my time with a for profit school, they are mostly scams. You can get the same or better education for free, or a greatly reduced rate at a community college.
That being said, I agree with -RN- above, there is a huge glut of new grad nurses on the market right now, and getting your first job can take up to 2 years of intense searching. Google "New grad RN job search
" you will see what people have been going through. Very few of my graduating class is working yet, and we graduated in December, and this is the case with all new grads across the country, including Bachelor degreed nurses.