I've been looking through a ton of posts about mainlanders coming to Hawaii in hopes in finding a job, however I'm not seeing a lot of hope or optimism for people getting an RN job in Hawaii
I am going to graduate in December, however my fiancÃ© is in the military and stationed on Oahu. (we plan on getting married in December).
I'm trying to figure out if it's worth moving out there, endorsing my license to get a Hawaii one and applying for jobs without any experience since I will be a new grad...By December, he will have a year and a couple months left in the military and then his contract will be up.
I know the market back a couple years ago for nurses wasn't too great due to the recession. But now that the economy is better and more people are retiring, I'm hoping times have changed..anyone have any info on whether RN jobs will be a little easier to come by now/beginning of 2019?
Also, I heard that if you have a license from California or New York, you don't have to endorse your license? I don't know, I've heard it through the grapevine and I can't seem to find anything about it online.
Any feedback would be appreciated.