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- Jun 22, '12 by FLOBRNIt is a tight job market. However there are jobs available if you are not absolutely set on working in a metropolitan area. I recently found a great job in Wa and moved here from Florida to take it. Sign on bonus and they helped with moving expenses. I am a staff nurse in L/D
- Jun 24, '12 by CCL RNI don't even think the market is that tight (for experienced RNs). I've applied at a few positions lately and have received offers each and every time. One time, I had an interview and offer within one week of application.
But...I think experience is key. It's a rough market for the newbies...
- Jun 25, '12 by tokmomQuote from UnderooSo does Franciscan health system.I am having trouble finding an RN job as well, with over a year of experience! I am not familiar with Seattle, but I do know that many of the hospitals here have new grad residency programs. Check out the following places for residencies. This would be a great opportunity for you.
Harrison Medical Center (Bremerton)
If you want to get ahead, apply for CNA/Nurse Tech positions and work a little while in school. It helped me SO much when I graduated.. I wasn't so "new" to nursing. Some facilities do not require you to have a CNA license.