Associate degree RN

  1. Hello, I'm in my last semester of an associate degree program in PA and it's looking very likely I'll be moving to the Reston area after school (my husband interviewed for a job with the Department of Interior and it's sounding positive!) I started looking at job postings for the area and noticed quite a few require BSN. Any other ADN's noticing this as well? Any hospitals I should concentrate on?
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  2. 3 Comments

  3. by   liberated847
    My advice, go for a BSN program ASAP now while you have momentum, this will increase your chances at getting work.
  4. by   vamaybe
    I am planning to start an RN to BSN program in September- will bring enrolled in a program be a benefit? We had no plans to move to VA/DC but then the opportunity came up, in PA it doesn't matter if you have an ADN or BSN :-/
  5. by   liberated847
    If you are enrolled it will position you better than a straight ADN.

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