Quote from ohyeah
NOBODY WILL HIRE A NEW GRAD.
My friends and I just graduated from our BSN program in May. I have a job lined up in an ICU unit. I have two friends going into telemetry in Providence Holy Cross. I have several more friends with jobs lined up in CHLA. I have one in Kaiser West LA. Several more in Northridge Hospital. Also one in Torrance and another in Cedars. A few more just started in the UCLA new grad program.
However scant and few those jobs may be, they are out there.
I'm in Los Angeles where the job market ranks as one of the worst in the entire nation but it IS possible to get a job. Just a level of perseverance, aggressiveness and defiance of the odds are required to find them.
I looked at your other posts and it looks like you've lost your initial passion for nursing. I do have to ask: Did you go into nursing because of the "mythical" promise of a large paycheck and 3 day work weeks or did you really love it? Also, if you've been doing nothing but nursing for awhile now have you taken a breather, stepped away from it and relaxed? That in itself can refresh you.
How long have you been searching for a job? Would you agree to work as a CNA in the meantime even to just "get your foot in the door"? Would you work in a LTC/hospice/psych facility? Would you be willing to relocate? Posters are asking these questions and you're not answering them. Just replying with more negativity. Just take that energy and put it into your job search. I swear... there ARE jobs out there.