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    Question for interviewers

    Make sure you know your stuff and know it WELL. So well that you can break everything down on an intricate level. In addition to obviously being eloquent, confident, and professional, interviewers a lot of times will pay very, very close attention to DETAIL. In regards to any duties or responsibilities you may have held, in order for the interviewer to really gauge your level of understanding in these roles, detail is something they will especially be on the lookout for. Best of luck! :)
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    What Websites Are You Guys Using?

    While you're job searching, I would also highly recommend doing whatever you can to boost your job prospects! This will give you more experience to put on your resume and freshen up your skills to increase your confidence, ultimately making you a much more attractive candidate to employers. Best of luck! :)
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    Am I just being impatient?

    Just to echo what a lot of the ladies here have said, your work history gap is most likely slightly contributing to your relatively lower response rates. There are some resume formatting techniques you can utilize to effectively deal with this problem though! Try using a functional format instead of the standard reverse chronological format to take the focus off your work history timeline. :)
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    Experiences w/Recruiters (Hospital)

    Sorry to hear about your experience! This is just the way it goes sometimes, unfortunately. Recruiters will very often not even take the time to inform a candidate of their decision. I have had a similar experience and it is indeed very frustrating! I'm with you on this one
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    Over qualified??

    In addition to the point nicuguy made about necessarily withholding some "truths" about why you want to apply for the position, I would say to work on your resume so that there isn't any extraneous information or "fluff". You want to make it as concise and straight to the point as possible. When you are in a situation where you have VERY extensive professional experience, you just want to make it so that you highlight your key selling points. Think about it from the employers' point of view and think about what they're looking for in a candidate. Either way, I'm glad to hear that your luck has changed for the better. Best of luck! :)
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    decisions

    Wow, that's quite the decision you have to make there. Definitely a good problem to have though!
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    Looking for a change in Philadelphia

    Hey! I was doing some research on this as I am actually in a similar situation. Looking to get my career back on track after a one-year absence. Apparently, the future job outlook isn't too bad and there are quite a few ways for us to boost our job prospects. Hope you find this helpful, good luck! By the way, your kitten avatar is SOOOOO CUTE, haha! Happy holidays! :)
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    Not one but two job offers today!

    This was a couple days ago but congratulations! This is so awesome and encouraging! :)
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    Any advice for this Stagnant RN..

    It seems like you're actually in a pretty good position in your career! You've had the chance to try out a lot of specializations so you know what you do and don't like. I think you just need to decide what it is you really want to do, haha! And based on what you've said, it's not a completely stagnant situation. There is at least room and potential for growth as you will be eligible for seniority! Not too shabby if you ask me! :)