DaughteroftheKing 213 Posts Specializes in Neuro ICU. Apr 24, 2008 Hi Guys,From what i've read on this forum, the LPN program sounds pretty good. But i wanted to ask, does anyone know how hard it is to get a job as an LPN in the hospitals in AZ ? Where do most LPN's work ? How much less would LPN's make compared to RN's ? What schools offer LPN to BSN programs and how long would it take to get the BSN ?The reason Im going to MSC is to work as an LPN at the Long Term Facility I currently work at (starting pay for LPNS is usually about $18-19) & go directly from block 2 (last block of LPN) to block 3 (RN), so I am still going for my RN, just getting my LPN this way is alot quicker. The main positions for LPNs are mostly in Skilled Nursing Facilities, but you can occasionally find positions at hospitals with slightly lower pay..