You don't have the right to a nursing job.
Your job after graduating is finding a nursing job. I understand you're frustrated, but you sound like you feel entitled to having a nursing job without putting the work into it.
I'm sorry, but I take great offense to these suggestions. Don't make claims against someone you know so very little. I am a VERY hard worker. I am the employee that ALWAYS picks up overtime or extra shifts, I volunteer to work on holidays because I could always use the extra money. I am a mature adult. I am responsible. I worked hard for my degree while working a full time job. I'm the employee that no one wants to leave because they actually value me.
Besides all the above, I have accepted 2 positions since Friday. One position is a part time private duty nurse in home care. A case manager that I have worked with in the past recommended my name to a client on her caseload. It is a very interesting case and I am excited to start the position in May.
The other position is a PRN nurse position at the mental health therapeutic facility I currently work at. My boss' supervisor approached me and asked if I would be interested in working PRN there as a nurse. They actually added a position for me and I've only worked for the company since July 2013. They are holding a meeting with me next week to discuss the position. Even though it is PRN I am delighted. I was hired as a PRN program facilitator and I have the opportunity to work as many hours as I want. I practically get dibs on the schedule if it's open.
Maybe I was being a little impatient, yes, however I've earned my place in the profession. Regardless of being a new graduate I also possess the same credentials and college education. I will close with that being said. I didn't ask for respect, I asked for a chance.