I wasn't sure where to share this feelings, so here it is. I became a nurse in 2017, I had a job waiting for me even before graduating, I was very fortunate. This job also offered sponsorship after two years working, so how many people could say that you could get the green card after that? All great, the place was good, I learned a lot, I enjoyed working with pediatrics, gave them all my heart and commitment to be the best they could possibly get. There was only one problem, after a while, there was only so much I could learn. I needed and need new experiences, learn new things, I felt stock in my career.
Now, I got my green card, I'm ready to fly but it's been frustrating trying to get another job, fine, I worked in LTC, but how about the fact that I'm passionate about my work, how about the fact that I can do anything anyone could teach me? how do I show it if all they see is your resume, which it's short to what I could actually do? I feel really stock. My family tells me to simply be patient. Does anyone else feel this way?