I have lived in Green Bay, WI for a number of years and worked at a local hospital for about 6 years. There is somewhat of a freeze in the Green Bay area. I have heard from my manager that one hospital is even laying off some of their RN's due to the 'economy'. For this reason, I have since relocated to Milwaukee, WI as I had been wanting to begin a career in the ICU. The hospital I previously worked for stated that they would not pay for any additional training so that I could transfer to the ICU there, despite a need for RN's there. In fact, I was told by my manager that she is also unable to fill needed positions in the Med/Surg dept due to a "hold" (not a "freeze"). You may interpret that as you will.
The reason I am replying is that I have come to find that Milwaukee has a vast hiring market for RN's at the Aurora sites - St. Lukes, Sinai, West Allis. If you go to aurora.org you can look for jobs there. As a new employee for Aurora in Milwaukee now, I am surprised at the vast number of new grads they hire, even in the ICU, which was unheard of at the Green Bay facility that I previously worked for.
Not sure if you are interested in relocating to Milwaukee, as I know I wasn't initially, but there are certainly jobs here and more importantly they are not afraid of hiring new grads. I was greeted with a warm welcome, not too mention good pay and so far so good. Feel free to message me if you have any other questions. Good Luck!