I'm planning on getting my ADN. I originally wanted a BSN, but I can't afford the schooling required for it at the moment. SO I'm opting to go for an associates degree, work for a couple of years, then do an RN-BSN bridge program. I live in San Francisco, and I wanted to know, is it harder to find a job as an RN with just an ADN in the Bay Area? I really want to be an RN, always have and always will. But it seems like EVERYONE is into nursing nowadays, which is why all the nursing schools are so impacted. I feel like once I've graduated, earned my ADN, and earned my RN license, it's still going to be hard to find a job because all the competition I'm gonna have. Especially those with BSN's. It's really discouraging and making me not wanna go for nursing at all anymore =(. Any ADN RN's have any problems w/ finding a job? How long did it take you?