So here I am a graduate nurse. I get pinned Wednesday and I graduate Sunday. I'm excited and a bit nervous because I have boards coming up too, when I don't know...I'm just waiting for a time to test. Anyway, the job market does suck in Michigan. I love the ER that I extern at, but I don't think they are going to be able to hire me. It sucks because the people there are like my family. I fit in and love the excitement of the ER. That being said, if I can't get in I can't get in.I had an interview in the same hospital for the MICU. It's amazing to me that they would look at a new grad for an internship and then RN once I graduate. I had my interview this week and I am told that if they like me they will make me an offer this week. It seemed to go well. I answered my interview questions honestly and made no pretense that I knew everything. I have some good experience but didn't downplay or uplay it. They asked me if I would come back the following day for a peer interview, I agreed and that seemed to go well too. I am just hoping they give me a shot. I think I can do it and all the people there seem really nice and willing to work and teach. It seems like such a good opportunity. I am just thankful for the interview. I have an interview this week for another hospital. It's nice to be wanted, but it's stressful because the decisions that I make are not just basic. I have a family to look at and a career that is just starting. I don't want to make the wrong decision and it blow up in my face....I seem to have a habit of doing that lately in my personal and professional life. My little boy is depending on his dad to make the best of this and I won't let him down...I just wish I had a blueprint of what to do.Anyways, I know this is not the traditional question/answer post. I just sometimes jot my feelings down on here so I can try and make sense of what is going on. Thanks for listening....er.....reading.