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djmatte has 7 years experience as a ADN, MSN, RN, NP and works as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

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Pretty much nails the bulk of emails I get from a range of websites.

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traumaRUs has 25 years experience as a MSN, APRN and works as a Asst Community Manager @ allnurses.

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I get LPN openings - tee heehee!

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djmatte has 7 years experience as a ADN, MSN, RN, NP and works as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

64 Likes; 2 Followers; 6,388 Visitors; 659 Posts

17 hours ago, traumaRUs said:

I get LPN openings - tee heehee!

It is frightening the amount of RN positions I get when my resume and every online profile clearly says I'm a NP.  

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babyNP. has 10 years experience.

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Yeah, I've gotten asked a few times if I want to be the nurse manager of L&D. I just know the babies, not the mamas!

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KatieMI has 6 years experience as a BSN, MSN and works as a Internal Medicine.

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Oh, yeah. One smartie from there was absolutely sure that "rare and elite" (he used these words) position of regional CNO for the worst chain of nursing homes I'd known so far would be wonderful match for me. For meretricious compensation of $45000/year before taxes. And they were even ready to compensate my moving expenses in some place in the real middle of nowhere 3 states across in generous amount of $5000. 

Gosh, I rather go back to Los Alamos. At least there will be plenty of well-educated people around. 

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llg has 40 years experience as a PhD, RN and works as a Nursing Professional Development + Academic Facult.

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Years ago, a recruiter was trying to get me to interview for a position that I was extremely under-qualified for.  I was 26 years old, with 2 years of staff nurse experience  and just graduating with my MSN at the time -- and she wanted me to interview to be the Head (Assistant Vice President?) of the Maternal-Child Division of a large university hospital.   She must have been being paid based on the number of candidates she presented or something.

I couldn't get her to let me alone until I told her, "I wouldn't want to work for anyone stupid enough to hire me for that position."    She was shocked that I would say such a thing, but she left me alone after that.

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