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    Full time jobs hard to find ?

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    Full time jobs hard to find ?

    Thanks for the feedback. It's a little discouraging reading all the negative comments. You may be too new to experience the frustration others have posted, but it's good to see a new grad have a positive experience getting hired. I am able to relocate if needed, so that's good and preferable. I'd love to get out of where I am, just too expensive. I do worry about putting up with all the BS from administration from what I'm reading.
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    Full time jobs hard to find ?

    Glad to see this post. cancer is one disease that I think effects nearly everyone. Everyone knows someone whose had it. The families suffer along with the patient. And you are right many of them do recover and sometimes they have multiple bouts with cancer. I know someone who beat it 3 times.
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    Full time jobs hard to find ?

    Thanks for the feedback. Perhaps I do have an unrealistic expectation. Shadowing would be good for me. If I can set that up. Just this evening I had a chance to talk to a friend of a friend who had been an associates degree nurse for about 25 years. She pretty much said the same thing. she said I’d be much happier as a rad tech or some other area and nurses are overwhelmed.
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    Full time jobs hard to find ?

    I am applying to an accelerated program. I’m in my 50s. will I have a hard time finding a full time position with benefits? I hear hospitals are cutting back and a lot of nurses are per diem.
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    Full time hiring or mostly per diem?

    I am Long Island. I have heard from friends in the Northwell system.
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    Full time hiring or mostly per diem?

    Hi all, finishing prereqs and will apply to accelerated program soon. Are hospitals hiring full time nurses or are they cutting back and doing per diem only? I'm in my 50s and will be giving up a decent paying admin job to go the nursing route. hubby and I would like to relocate. I’m thinking a nursing job would be easier to find than finding an admin job, plus I wanted to do nursing. Applied years ago but got discouraged. I know here in NY hospitals are trying to cut back and I think COVID isn’t helping the situation.
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