Hello, I have a question in regard to male nurse, more speficially LPN's marketability. I just (five months ago) completed an associates degree in medical assiting, and I am certified as well. However, after graduation I have not been able to find employment. Now most of the jobs here are all offered through one organization (Caromont) that owns nearly all the physician's offices. All of my class-mates found jobs, but I haven't, I was interviewed by Caromont, but was never phoned back. I honestly think it comes down to male marketability and the old fashioned way of how a male is seen in the work place, I could be wrong, but I was the only male student in my class and I am also unemployeed and infact have never seen a male CMA.Now, the reason I am bringing this here is becaue I am considering going to LPN school. However, I don't want a repeat experience. I'd like to find a job as an LPN quicly after graduation. I need some perspective here from people who have completed LPN school and what their experience of being employeed was after graduation, and how they feel they are treated once hired. I live in North Carolina if geographical information is relevant to this.Thanks, Thujone.