Quote from schroeders_piano
Having been a nurse manage in the past, STOP calling. Nothing was more annoying than having multiple calls from people wanting a job. HR forwarded your app, if the manager is interested, she will call.
Sorry to be so blunt.
Apparently, the 2009 nursing job-search world is very different from the early 1980s engineering job-search world. Back then, if you took the time to send in a resume/application, you'd at least get a rejection letter.
After searching 3 months for my first job as a newbie RN, I've received ZERO rejection letters, maybe 2-3 rejection emails, a whole bunch
of non-responses, three sets of interviews, plus one job offer (accepted, starting 7/6/09).
Maybe it's just me, but it seems darn rude
for employers to say that they're accepting applications, then just freakin' IGNORE people applying for the job. Poor communication, zero feedback.
Is this the standard for the nursing industry nowadays?