Hi,I was told (or warned, rather) by an Emory FNP the other day to NOT consider going the ASN-BSN bridge route because I wouldn't be able to get a job as a nurse in a lot of Atlanta hospitals. It worried me a lot. Is this the case nowadays? I'm hoping she just didn't know what she was talking about! Haha. I'm currently in the process of applying for KSU's Traditional and Accelerated programs, GSU Perimeter's ASN program, and GSU's Traditional and Accelerated programs (I have a B.A. in Public Relations from the Univ of Alabama). I would obviously take a spot in a BSN program if accepted, but seeing as how they're so competitive, I feel like I have a better shot of getting into an ASN program. However, I wouldn't want to go that route only to be jobless at the end of it.