Keep trying....

  1. What about going directly to the personnel dept of the hospitals you would like to work at and skipping the job fairs? I think that makes a difference, and they will consider more than the dreaded six years if they are short! Our hospital trains on the employees schedule rather than a fixed "full time". I have seen people trained as a point 8 down to a point 2, it just took them a bit longer. At my old hospital it was the same, point 6 and up. When I did a residency, I trained as a point 8. Don't give up yet.
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  3. by   L&D.RN
    This was supposed to be under another thread, and it won't let me delete it!
  4. by   RNagain
    Thanks for the suggestion. They made it seem like there was NO WAY that I could orientate less than fulll-time. You guys have inspired me to not give up quite yet. I am going to apply directly to the hospitals, but the people I spoke with at the job fair were the nurse recruiters for the hospitals. I am assuming that they would be the ones who would recieve my resume when I send it in. Am I wrong?
  5. by   mother/babyRN
    I skipped the job fair, put my resume on line and was contacted. I then turned them down due to monetary issues, and was recruited months later for more...