thinking of moving to vermont ? about bon - page 2
hi i am thinking of moving to vermont (from ohio valley). was wondering how long it takes the bon to get you your license? i see from other posts it shouldnt take long. (too late to change my title... Read More
0Jun 30, '11 by GAYA3HI LUMBAR PAIN....
thts not comforting at all ... but thanks for the honest answer.. i wasnt planning to move to vermont untill i get a job.. even i had a break for past 3 yrs in nursing.. tht might bite me real bad in the job hunt... i have applied for licensure by endorsement in california.. i guess ill have to wait for tht... but i wanted to start working as soon as i got my EAD.. dunno wht to do now... guess will pray and wait for my california license to approve soon... thanks LOT..
0Jun 30, '11 by lumbarpainI wish you the best.....its tough with the Economy and all going on. Take care. Lumbarpain
1Jul 1, '11 by abbyannI moved back here from CA in November and got a job on my first day - ok, it was a crummy place to work but it allowed me to get my foot in the door. I think you do have more of a chance here if you are a new grad. Some of the LTC facilities are fairly good places to work. Also, there's an alcohol/drug rehab facility that routinely hires new grads. And there's always corrections. I now work as a travel nurse, having only 7 months of experience. It is a little tough on me, not the driving so much as not having guaranteed hours. But the pay is terrific.
Employers want to know that you're serious about coming here, so if you are the best thing to do (IMO) is endorse your license over, which doesn't take long. Financially, it wasn't possible for me to come here just to interview. I had to come here to stay.
I wish you the best. Vermont is my home, so it wasn't a hard choice to come back. I'm so glad I did.
0Jan 23, '12 by JulieLWow, Abbyann, you sound like me! I am a Vermonter too, and I have been living in Washington state waiting to get back home. Did you ever make it?