Hello all,being a new military spouse has me raising some questions about my career later down the line. I am currently in nursing school, got a year left to go before graduating with a BSN and taking the NCLEX for RN. My husband is active duty, and will be for a while. I have a few questions for anyone who's gone through this as a military spouse and an RN...the biggest, #1 question: how hard was it to find a job as an RN AND as a new grad?is it true that it is easier to move around with a California license than other state licenses? i keep hearing this from a lot of people, but i dont know if it's really accurate...is it true that military spouses get preference when applying for an on-base hospital or clinic?what is the process of getting another state's license when you move?any tips or advice regarding this topic is welcomed!I'm getting a little anxious about this topic... on top of the new worries and stress of having my husband in the military. All this is new to me and I feel like I dont even know where to begin. I'm also getting worried about his first deployment, and everything that comes with that, but that's kind of another talk all on its own. Any help is appreciated!