I am moving soon, to either west
coast of Michigan,
coast of Florida.
I am an RN in my 50s, and have 30+ years of experience, most of it is ICU or E.R., but i have also done home care and hospice. I am wanting to return to home care or hospice.
I am currently UNemployed, for almost 5 years now,
and i wonder which of these two states offers the best chance of my not having to work at Subway, and would employ me as an RN.
My thoughts are, that the west coast of Michigan, being so sparsely populated, might not offer 20 or 30 years worth
work for me. (i will have to work well into my golden years) If a job in MI doesn't work out, there aren't as many options left/less healthcare employers
to choose from. Not sure that even moving inland to Grand Rapids
would have 20 years worth of work for me.
whereas Florida, being so densely populated, might offer better chances of actually working in my field. Lots of various healthcare employers there.
I was looking to St Petes, Tampa, or Sarasota areas.
ANY thoughts or info is much appreciated.
"hope i don't have to work at McDonalds..."