i am in need of interviewing 2 people who are LPN's please contact me

  1. I need to know that you are an LPN, working, where you would, what kind of work you do, around about salary, if it was easy to find a job, any other add ons you might have find important to know.
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    About oltz_laura

    Joined: Apr '09; Posts: 2
    from MN

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  3. by   Silverdragon102
    Moved to the LPN/LVN corner
  4. by   oltz_laura
    thanks for getting back to me so quick, it is for being able to start school an approval for the program from the workforce center. I just basically need information from you about the work of an LPN. it just says and informational meeting with an lpn worker. so maybe a roudn about wage/salary, the outlook when you looked for a job, etc any other information that might be useful
  5. by   pagandeva2000
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    I need to know that you are an LPN, working, where you would, what kind of work you do, around about salary, if it was easy to find a job, any other add ons you might have find important to know.
    I obtained my license in 2006. I work in a hospital clinic making $40,000 a year. I also do per diem work on med-surg and as a vaccination nurse. Did home care as well. I guess it was not hard to get a position because the hospital I worked for as an aide sponsored my education. I was granted tuition pay, leave of absence with full pay, and reimbursement for books to obtain my license. They were obligated to hire me with all of the money they invested in me. Since then, I was able to obtain per diem weekend positions with no problem.
  6. by   Lexxie
    I graduated in 2/05 and began working as a GPN in the same facility where I was the receptionist. Due to financial hardships, I did not take boards until 3/06. I worked FT in a LTCF as well as PT in an Urgent care center. I was making approx. $35,000/yr. in LTC and approx. $13,000/yr. in Urgent Care. Prior to starting college this spring, I had looked for a FT job in anything BUT LTC. Lack of experience in any other discipline seems to have hindered my job search. So I continue as only PT at urgent care. It works out well with my class schedule.

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