Here is my situation. The city where I live has two main hospital systems. They are both on hiring freezes due to low census / the economy. I am recently hired into a MICU as a GN, in another city about 2 hours away. Since this hospital was gracious enough to hire me as a GN and train me in their MICU. What is the socially acceptable amount of time to keep this job?
redpinkhe:redpinkhe Now then! I'm not "already complaining about my new job." I am trying to plan my career path which involves me getting experience at a level 1 trauma center. I have big plans and I am sincerely asking for advice.
I want to repay this hospital and this team for their graciousness in teaching me how to care for critically ill patients. I will be a good employee, until it is time for me to move on, I promise!
My thoughts are minimum 1 year, but I hesitate to think of commuting 4 hours a day for 2 years. Does anyone have an opinion?? I hope I have offended anyone, i really am grateful for this opportunity to work and learn