New to SC

  1. 0 Anybody out there with advice for someone who has not worked for a while? I recently moved to SC and am in the process of getting my KY license changed to SC (which is turning out to be harder than I thought it would be), but my problem is that I have not worked in about 12 years. I would love to hear from anybody on this issue, but especially if someone went through this or knows someone who has dealt with this. I really want to get back to work, but don't know where to start.
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  3. Visit  gastrangers profile page

    About gastrangers

    Joined Jul '12; Posts: 2.

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  4. Visit  Macbs4 profile page
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    You didn't mentioned what area of SC... job opportunities are varied depending on where you live. LTC jobs seem more abundant here than hospital-based. Good luck to you.
  5. Visit  juschillin profile page
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    Hello and welcome to SC! If I were you, I would have tried to stay in KY!
    Anyway, I suggest you do a refresher course. I think the SC ANA or LLR runs one? I might do the same, and geeeez,
    I've only been "out" of so-called RN work for about 3 years. Case managing super complex medical for my parents. It's been full-time often and there's no way I could ever have held down a job without being fired. Too bad I don't get any work credit (on resume, etc). I think my situation is not uncommon these days as we try and care for our parents.
    But, good luck. Personally, I can't wait to get the *&@^ out of this state. Maybe you'll find it to your liking. The beaches are nice .

    -JC


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