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AnaLong has 1 years experience and specializes in FNP: Urgent Care; RN: Med-Surg.

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I want to move from central Mississippi to Dallas, TX.  I have 4 years of experience and currently make 101K.  Would I be looking at a pay cut or raise?  And, do you have suggestions on where to look for a job in the Dallas, Texas area?  Thanks. 

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chiromed0 has 14 years experience and specializes in ICU, Telemetry, Cardiac/Renal, Ortho,FNP.

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Don't know if you moved yet but the market is crowded.  Yes, lots of jobs listed, some real and some recruiter bait.  Many hospital systems.  Since you have experience it will make it much easier for you than all the new grads which are killing the market.  Lots of schools here.  Pay is NOT exceptional even as recently as 2016 I have seen a 10-20% drop in what is offered.  You can still get what you want, it will take more effort.  The jobs are listed everywhere and if I were coming from out of town I'd say hit up the recruiters first to get shopped around.  They don't eat unless you get hired.  

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AnaLong has 1 years experience and specializes in FNP: Urgent Care; RN: Med-Surg.

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23 hours ago, chiromed0 said:

Don't know if you moved yet but the market is crowded.  Yes, lots of jobs listed, some real and some recruiter bait.  Many hospital systems.  Since you have experience it will make it much easier for you than all the new grads which are killing the market.  Lots of schools here.  Pay is NOT exceptional even as recently as 2016 I have seen a 10-20% drop in what is offered.  You can still get what you want, it will take more effort.  The jobs are listed everywhere and if I were coming from out of town I'd say hit up the recruiters first to get shopped around.  They don't eat unless you get hired.  

Thanks for your help!  Do you recommend a recruiting firm?  And can you explain what you mean by “it will take more effort” to get my requested salary? I haven’t moved yet. 

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