Can you find a job fast and easy if you're willing to re-locate?

  1. 0 I am willing to re-locate for a good nursing job, will this guarantee me a job fast and easy?
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  3. Visit  nursebobjoe profile page

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    Joined Jan '14; Posts: 2.

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  4. Visit  loriangel14 profile page
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    Not necessarily. You still have to find a job.Casting your net far and wide might make it a bit easier but it would be no guarantee.
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  5. Visit  chare profile page
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    Agree with loriangel14. There are jobs available if you are willing to relocate, and if you are willing to accept other than your "dream job."

    Good luck in your search.
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  6. Visit  Ruby Vee profile page
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    Fast and easy? Probably not. It is more likely to find a job the farther you're willing to go.
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  7. Visit  joanna73 profile page
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    No jobs come fast and easy anymore. You will find a job if you're open to location, shifts, and specialty area. If you're willing to work any shift, and if you're willing to work small towns, finding a job is not difficult. Many small towns and rural areas are in need of staff. It's the urban areas that are saturated with applicants.
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  8. Visit  Meriwhen profile page
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    While being willing to relocate could greatly improve your odds, it brings them nowhere near "fast" or "easy."

    Good luck with the job hunt.
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  9. Visit  greyL profile page
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    When I started expanding my job search out of my State, I got hired by a couple of places within a couple of months.
  10. Visit  krisiepoo profile page
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    NO such thing as a guarantee, but I got a job relatively quickly doing this
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  11. Visit  TiffyRN profile page
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    Yes!!

    Seriously? No guarantees in life except . . well you know.

    Usually you need to look to areas that economically are doing better. Here's a couple of threads.

    http://allnurses.com/nursing-first-job/new-grad-rn-893157.html

    http://allnurses.com/nursing-first-j...ew-905788.html


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