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Are Nursing Jobs Plentiful where you Live ?

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OCNRN63 is a RN and specializes in Oncology; medical specialty website.

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No, not at all. Hospitals have all but gotten rid of LPNs.

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Carrie_MTC has 3 years experience.

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Not at all, central ohio is over-saturated with nurses, and as far as I know so is the rest of the state.

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Well I'm in NE Ohio and the job market for nurses according to job sites etc, is alright, now for nurses with

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bnik has 5 years experience and specializes in Critical Care.

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In northwest Ohio, there are very few LPN jobs - however there seems to be plenty of RN jobs.

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No....Not at all!! I am not right out of school either! I have been a nurse for 2 years....I live in Middle TN...NO Jobs here!! :(

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In northwest Ohio, there are very few LPN jobs - however there seems to be plenty of RN jobs.

Hmmmm....I went to UT.....plentiful you say?

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NamasteNurse has 8 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Pediatrics, Geriatrics, LTC.

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NY YES!

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In central coastal CA there is no shortage - in fact there are too many...

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such_sweet_sorrow specializes in Obstetrics, Women's Health.

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It's OKAY here in Razorback country! Worse for

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brownbird specializes in New Nurse.

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DFW TEXAS>>>>>No ...growing irritation by the min :no:

I don't know I am lost at trying anymore....:banghead::banghead:

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dthfytr has 30 years experience as a ADN, LPN, RN, EMT-B, EMT-I and specializes in ER, Trauma.

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Southern New Mexico and West Texas have lots of openings, all specialties, new grads, experienced.

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