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33 minutes ago, Clover123 said:

Thank you! I am trying to remain positive and not have fear. Yes that is soo true! I really didn’t expect that finding a job will be soo draining. Mainly LTC being available but working there as a new grad doesn’t give you any hospital experience when you try to transfer. I have a job offer at a hospital upstate NY. I really don’t want to go up there because I’d have to pay rent when I live freely at home, plus they start you off very low $25-26/hr. But again the cost of living up there is low as well as tax so I guess it balances off. If I don’t get anything then I’d take it, work for a year and apply in the city. 

I honestly don’t think that LTC is the best start for me. There’s not much there and someone advised me that getting a job there isn’t the best move at the beginning of my career. I was also offered a job upstate New York. The starting salary is a little daunting plus I don’t know what it is like up there. I’m a little worried.

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On 10/12/2019 at 10:33 PM, Kimmi_1993 said:

I honestly don’t think that LTC is the best start for me. There’s not much there and someone advised me that getting a job there isn’t the best move at the beginning of my career. I was also offered a job upstate New York. The starting salary is a little daunting plus I don’t know what it is like up there. I’m a little worried.

I have two friends that starting off up there and is still working there. They both want me to come there. Their explanation of the place I mean it’s not like NY NY but it’s doable. Plus you can get to go back and forth. Thinking of the long term effect it’s worth it. 
 

Rent wise it’s like $500-700 depending on where you choose to leave and if you have a roommate. 

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RegenerativeNurse has 7 years experience as a ASN, LPN, RN.

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On 10/4/2019 at 11:42 AM, Kimmi_1993 said:

Just to update you everyone. I passed, paid for the quick results this morning and it said I passed!!! I’m so relieved!! This website has helped me tremendously. My name hasn’t been put up on my state BON, so I’m waiting for that. Does anyone have experience with New York BON, how long did it take them to put your name on the website? I’m so happy and relieved! If anyone wants to ask me any questions feel free. 

It took about 2 weeks. I recieved my certificate before my name was posted. 

CONGRATULATIONS!!

They say if you walk away feeling like you failed then you probably passed. 🤷🏾

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