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New Grad LPN looking for a job in central NJ

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Hi guys I just passed my boards and wondering if you guys know of any place thats hiring.

Thanks in advance:D

Zacqueisha

Justamazing, I'm looking for a LPN job as well in central jersey, and let me tell you its been hard! If you have any luck, Please keep me posted and I will do the same!

Tell me about it i never thought it will be this hard with a nursing shortage and all lol! I sent u a private message.

Justamazing, thanks for the info, for some reason i can't reply to you in a private msg, lol!

SteveNNP, MSN, NP

Specializes in Neonatal ICU (Cardiothoracic). Has 9 years experience.

Justamazing, thanks for the info, for some reason i can't reply to you in a private msg, lol!

You can use the PM function after you have reached 15 posts.

Hey,

Well I dont know if you have a job already but this might help you. I got a job in a dermatology office doing MOHS sx but I need to get some experience in general nursing so I got this agency info that is call general healthcare resources and they have different shifts I asked for per diem and they said they have a lot of work, also they have like part time shifts so you might want to try. The lowest avarage paid is $24 and higher is $30/ hr. so, I think is really cool.

just check it out, get the contact number and call. They'll tell you what they'll need from you and you can get more information. Well Hopefully this can help you out!

Good luck!

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Where is general healthcare resources located, are they in central NJ, I can't find them!

Thx

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Thx Steve for the info!:yeah:

Where is general healthcare resources located, are they in central NJ, I can't find them!

Thx

Hello ,

When you find out let me know I can't find work either.

peace

NJNursing, ASN, RN

Specializes in Orthopedics/Med-Surg, LDRP. Has 6 years experience.

oh no there's no shortage in NJ. With hospitals closing and nurses working later in life because of the slowing economy and schools cranking out more and more nurses, there's actually more nurses than jobs right now. I have a cousin, though, who is a recruiter out west who says Vegas is DYING for nurses and are paying them about $60-$80 an hour to start because they're so desperate. So there's jobs out there, but you have to relocate to get them.

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