I don't graduate until next year, but I am contemplating moving to Hawaii for a year or two post-grad and am doing some very preliminary research. I've read on the boards that new grads struggle to find RN jobs in Hawaii and it makes me nervous. I'll graduate as an RN with a generalist MSN degree with a CNL certification as well. Should I anticipate any real advantage to having a master's in the hiring process?
I've also seen people recommend going the agency route, which I have yet to explore--if anyone has agency experience in Hawaii, please share!
Thank you in advance!