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New Grad Job!

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    Well, I did it! Have faith my friends...

    I got the call today that I have a GN position starting in January at the Hospital where I really wanted to work! I'll finish my ADN in December (Lord willing) and hopefully the only thing I'll have left to worry about will be passing boards!

    If I can do it, then you can do it too!
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  3. Visit  NurseLoveJoy88 profile page
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    :grad: . Wishing you well on your boards.
  4. Visit  Meriwhen profile page
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    Congrats and best of luck!
  5. Visit  nursedanica profile page
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    OMG! Congratulations you lucky one!
  6. Visit  sunshine81 profile page
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    congratulation and all the best
  7. Visit  nurseygurlie profile page
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    So much hard work paying off!! Good luck my friend and fellow nurse!!
  8. Visit  Jael11 profile page
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    Fantastic!! Congratulations on your acceptance GN position. I'm sure you must be ecstatic to start. Keep believing in yourself, your gonna do great in boards.

    Wish you all the success, and make those people who hired you believers that they hired the best possible candidate for the position.

    Your gonna make a great Nurse.

  9. Visit  archangel31 profile page
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    AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME!!! Actually, in my opinion, you have done the harder part-you got a job! You will do great in your boards because you have faith in yourself and other people have faith in you too. Blessings!!
  10. Visit  dsr1mms profile page
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    You have given me hope!
  11. Visit  TheDreamJourney profile page
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  12. Visit  lbiesemeRN profile page
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    Yay! Good job!!!
  13. Visit  AllNursesisCool profile page
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    This is probably a stupid question, but what does GN stand for? I know what N probably stands for though haha.
  14. Visit  Meriwhen profile page
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    Quote from AllNursesisCool
    This is probably a stupid question, but what does GN stand for? I know what N probably stands for though haha.
    Graduate nurse, a.k.a. a nurse who has graduated nursing school but hasn't passed the NCLEX yet.

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