When you quit a nursing job, do you give just two weeks notice, or do you say you'll stay to the end of the current schedule (which in our case, would be more like 4 weeks).I only work one day a week, so I'm not even a "real" part of the schedule. Sort of like a supplemental nurse, but paid like regular staff but without the burdens of holidays, weekends, needing to "ask" to take vacation at a certain time of the year, etc.Assuming I decide to work somewhere else, would you expect it would hurt me that I am not currently working? (I'm planning on taking a sabbatical....family stuff going on). That is, is it better to apply for a new job, while working the old one? Or does it not matter.I'd love to hear any experience. Also, how much did you sweat over your resume?