I graduated as a BScN 2014. I got my first job in LTC as casual nurse, shortly after I became a travel nurse consultant and I really liked it, I was getting a lot of hours so I left the LTC. Well as the business grew it became more about sales and ethically I could not sell what wasn't needed or recommended to clients. My hours decreased, because the nurses with the most sales would get the hours, so I got another job at LTC to casual at to compensate lost hours. I found myself getting bored in travel medicine because in my office I was the only person there, I felt isolated and felt I was losing nursing knowledge and skill and there were no pt/ft positions at the ltc. I decided to look for a job that was more challenging and would help gain some hands on experience. I received an offer for FT employment as a community nurse, which brings me to now. This is a job that is meant for experienced nurses. I find myself drowning in stress, this jobs consumes my life, I am loosing sleep. I am being sent to homes with clients with care needs that I am not qualified to do. I have reached out to my supervisor and educator , but I was declined joint visits, education and being certified in certain skills, because I hadn't completed all my modules, some that were completely irrelevant to care (IE how to use a computer). I have now finished them and I am still finding I am being pushed to the side. There is no support unless your a favorite, or this is how it seems. I had a review and the resource nurse said I am too anxious. I told her I am not like that with my clients when shes not there observing. My problem is that I don't like this job, but financially I need to work. I need skills. I am worried that when I start looking for a new job, I will be asked why in such a short time I have switched jobs so much, although I have been with the travel medicine clinic for 2 years, but during that time I have had 2 ltc casual jobs and this community job is ft and travel clinic is now casual.I want a happy job, support and I want to love my job.Any suggestions, because at this rate I am ready to leave nursing.