NurseVisionary 712 Views
Joined: Aug 3, '12;
Posts: 6 (50% Liked)
; Likes: 5
Additionally, since you have some collegiate education facing you, decrease college costs by chosing the college that offers the most free money.
Learn how to analyze nursing job markets so you know where to apply and how to greatly increase your odds of landing a position.
Nurses, Jobs and Money -- A Guide to Advancing Your Nursing Career and Salary a must have!!! Got it from Amazon.com
You need to grab a copy of 'Nurses, Jobs and Money -- A Guide to Advancing Your Nursing Career and Salary' off of Amazon.com. It will help you with those concerns and strategically position you to WIN!!!
I would highly suggest that you go to Amazon.com and grab a copy of 'Nurses, Jobs and Money -- A Guide to Advancing Your Nursing Career and Salary'.
Market analysis is addressed along with specific strategies on HOW to land your first position. Volunteering, better worded for your resume as an internship, is addressed and exactly how/why to do that....all sorts of things that you are needing!
Chicago is a flooded market.
Chin up......you just need some help.
This is addressed in 'Nurses, Jobs and Money -- A Guide to Advancing Your Nursing Career and Salary' (found on Amazon).
I am a Nurse Midwife.....graduated when I was 27. I have a MSN as well as post graduate certificates as a Nurse-Midwife and in Healthcare Economics.
Ok, you first need to get more experience at the Level I hospital. You need sheer VOLUME and severity for your experience. Your goal is to have the worst cases now when you have people all around you to help.
To be an advanced practice nurse come 2015 you will need a post graduate degree (ie: PhD, DNP, etc). Make sure that you calculate for this financially and timewise. Look up the college financial section since funding will clearly come into play for you.
Not certain that having a MSN will help first....check with the school. Frankly, I do not understand why that would help. You need the hands on case load experience as a priority vs more pieces of paper. I know when I have someone putting me 'under' I want to know they can do it....not that they have multiple degrees. Think about it.
Good luck and I hope that this has helped
There are a TON of other positions you can use with your people skills, knowledge, documentation skills, etc.....OUTSIDE of those areas you are tired of!
How about somethile like a Nurse Investigator, Nurse Navigator, insurance industry nursing, Nurse and Sales, Nurse and Marketing........sooooo many! You have worked hard for what you have, now simply use it differently
Read 'Nurses, Jobs and Money -- A Guide to Advancing Your Nursing Career and Salary'. Use the internship technique as well as the technique on how to analyze employment markets
MSL Nurse, medical science nurse liaison, for biotech/pharma. RN background is a wonderful start.....look into it on Indeed.com, you sound like a PERFECT fit
Advertise With Us