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    NYU Graduates, How are you doing with Jobs?

    Why spend that much at NYU for a degree in which it is difficult to get a job?
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    What are my chances of getting an RN job in NYC?

    It is very difficult for new grads to get jobs in NYC because four hospitals closed and there are hiring freezes at others. The unemployed experienced nurses have been forced to apply for entry level jobs, pushing new grads out. I heard that there are up to 1,000 applicants for every new grad position.
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    Is it true that male new grads are not struggling

    Thanks for your responses, everyone.
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    Is it true that male new grads are not struggling

    Are you an ASN or BSN?
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    Is it true that male new grads are not struggling

    Wouldn't male nurses be preferred in positions that require restraining physically aggressive patients and carrying heavy medical equipment?
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    Is it true that male new grads are not struggling

    Thanks for the info.
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    Is it true that male new grads are not struggling

    Thanks for the info.
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    Is it true that male new grads are not struggling

    I heard it from a fellow student nurse.
  9. Is it true that male new grads are not struggling with finding jobs?
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    Feeling a little lost.

    Nursing is very technical. First, you have to learn everything about the normal human body. Then, you have to learn everything that can go wrong in the human body. Finally, you have to learn how to treat the abnormal human body. It takes a lot of time and practice to learn it all.
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    Physio :(

    DO NOT wait until the last minute to study. You will fail if you do. Start studying as early as possible, such as weeks before the test.
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    PLEASE share your study

    3 steps to studying 1. Read the chapter in the textbook before the lecture. That way, the material in the lecture will be familiar. 2. After class, rewrite the lecture notes. Make flashcards or cover parts of the notes with one hand and try to recite the covered parts. This step takes the longest. 3. Practice questions from old tests or quizzes from previous semesters, from the book, or from the study guides on the internet.
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    8 months and still searching...New grad RN

    You have to relocate. NYC is one of the worst job markets for nurses, along with California. Try somewhere like Texas or Florida.
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    Getting ready to graduate - question about resumes

    There is an excellent resume and cover letter writing service at CareerPerfect, but it will cost $200.
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    first day of A&P

    I agree with poster above that you should buy the textbook in advance and start studying before the semester begins. Another mistake is that you spend too much time on this forum. I see that you made many posts here in the last month or so. Stop wasting time on the internet and start studying. Other hints from a someone who made A's in A&P 1 and 2 are: Read the chapter in the textbook before the lecture. That way, the material in the lecture will be familiar. After class, rewrite the lecture notes. Make flashcards or cover parts of the notes with one hand and try to recite the covered parts. Practice questions from old tests or quizzes from previous semesters, from the book, or from the study guides on the internet.
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