You may want to re-word it to, I can't find a job that won't be free of mental and physical stress. I have worked rehab/LTC, med-surg, psych and nursing homes. I had 30 patients in the LTC/Rehab setting. I was even a flu-shot nurse. I remember sticking up to 300 patients at a health fair because one of the nurses bailed. Good thing I was good at IM injections. There are jobs everywhere but when some people say they can't find a job, what most really mean is what I mentioned above. Fortunately for me, I am back in the hospital setting doing what I don't mind doing. I am back in psych. I see things that can be fixed but I know that where I am, it is better than majority of the places I have worked. First I have what I need, the computer system is decent and there is help around due to emergencies. Here is the thing. I didn't get this job, right off the bat. Try to atleast get 6 months of experience. A year is better but if some employers will accept 6 months. Honestly it is bad in most and a lot of places. You end up trading one bad thing for another. I decided to pick the lesser of the two evils because I need to eat and have to pay bills. Many people are leaving the place I am at and I know where some are going, I am thinking to myself it won't be better there, but it is possible it could be better than them or so you hope. There is so much with doing the work, the nights/days rotation, them pushing 3-4 days of work on you in 12 hours, politics, and etc. Try your best to keep you license safe, document and get your experience. Move up if you choose but you have to stay somewhere to get somewhere.