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    FNP in Georgia

    I can see that. I ideally wanted to stay in Connecticut as APRN's can now practice independently (with circumstances) since 2014. It's a great time to be an APRN here and there are so many opportunities. My significant other is in Georgia and will be for the next 3 years which is why I am moving there. I agree with the wage as well. I will be taking a very large pay cut going from an RN here to being an NP there. However, right now, I'd like to get my feet wet and gain experience.
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    FNP in Georgia

    Thanks, I've tried Memorial, no luck. I've found a lot of places are not interested because of experience. It's frustrating; how am I to gain experience if no one will give me the experience to start with. I have been looking on indeed, PAjobsite, wherever I could find. A lot of things like monster, simplyhired all have the same positions just different sites. I did e-mail Southeast Lung Associates. Thank you for your post.
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    FNP in Georgia

    I don't know how to PM on this site :x
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    FNP in Georgia

    Thank you! I have been looking on Indeed for positions and have not found any. I will look into recruiting sites. Thank you again!
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    FNP in Georgia

    Hey all! I just graduated FNP school in May. I am currently in Connecticut and am moving to Georgia, the Savannah area. I am all set with my licensing, I only need DEA registration which I'm waiting until I find a job. The issue I am having is that I am having a difficult time finding a job. I find a lot of places there want an experienced NP. Does anyone have any advice? Comparing opportunities from CT and GA, there also doesn't appear to be as many NP opportunities as in CT so I'm wondering if it's an area that doesn't use NPs as much? Help! Thank you in advance.
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