Hi all. This is a bit of a follow up to my last thread. I want to move to Wilmington to be closer to my fiancé and I graduate in about a week. I know conventional wisdom says it's better to get started in the area you graduate, but is there any hope for me at all if I move right after graduation? Has anyone here been through a similar situation? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
May 4, '15
I know many nurses that started working in a different state than where they went to school. For most, it was because they lived near a state line, not because of moving. You will have to decide if you want to move and then get your license or get your license then move. There are job postings for several hospitals in Delaware right now. It is possible to move and start working, you will just have a few extra steps to take.