Inactive nurse for four years with totally no hospital experience

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    Hi,

    My name is BJ. I graduated 2007, passed the board and had no hospital experience. I then worked as an assistant teacher in a learning center for almost 3 years before resigning and decided to start a business for over a year. now my dilemma is how to start again as a nurse since i thought i missed practicing my profession. but i dont want to work full-time, my idea is to have some specialization and work as an on-call nurse. i also thought of taking an IELTS exam for London. Is it possible for me to get accepted with my situation? what could be things that i should do as a come back? i would be very grateful for any response.

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    Quote from jevzbojai.1209
    Hi,

    My name is BJ. I graduated 2007, passed the board and had no hospital experience. I then worked as an assistant teacher in a learning center for almost 3 years before resigning and decided to start a business for over a year. now my dilemma is how to start again as a nurse since i thought i missed practicing my profession. but i dont want to work full-time, my idea is to have some specialization and work as an on-call nurse. i also thought of taking an IELTS exam for London. Is it possible for me to get accepted with my situation? what could be things that i should do as a come back? i would be very grateful for any response.
    Hi BJ, I'm not really sure of the answer to your question since I am not working right now. where abouts are you living? I guess it depends on the demand, but you can often get a part time or per diem position - do you want the hospital or elsewhere? what kind of business is/was it? hope everything goes well for you!


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