It depends on how fast you want to get your diploma. Check with both colleges if you will have to do a pre-health program first. I am in the fast track program at Sheridan so I can only give my opinion regarding their program. I don't know about hiring statistics for any of the schools but for those writing the registration exam Humber has a higher pass rate as you can see here http://www.cno.org/globalassets/2-howweprotectthepublic/statistical-reports/nursing-registration-exams-report-2017.pdf
First sem was ok and placement in longterm care for the second half of the semester. I found second sem to be the most hectic, placement is still at ltc 2 days a week for the whole semester. In 3rd you get to move to a more hospital based setting and it's 1 day a week. 4th sem you get to choose from some options about which setting you would like and have to do 80hrs every 2 weeks roughly 40/week, you have to get 30 hrs volunteering in the community for the whole sem.