Published Apr 26, 2003
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Is it hard to get a position like that if you haven't started clincals yet? ( I am hitting the pavement Monday to check out all the hospitals around here) I start clincals in August and have NEVER worked in a hospital (actually I temped in the accounting department at one a few years ago, but that doesn't do much good) I don't even know where to start....Do you just explain to HR when you go fill out an app that you're entering the program in the fall or what?
I've heard CNA would be good experience, good luck:)
Also, you need to check with the call center. I worked for one where we were not allowed to do anything between phone calls except read the catalogs so we would know our merchandise better. No matter if you were waiting 1 minute or 5 minutes between calls. And there was also a lot of time where we had so many calls we went from call to call the entire shift, so there was no time to do anything between calls.
Thank you for all the replies and advice. My mother in law actually works at this call center part time. It is taking orders for a restaurant chain and she said the hours are very flexible and that they let you do anything you want between calls so she always takes a book. She said weeknights are always slow but the weekends are always busy so I probably wouldnt be able to study then. I would like the CNA position for the experience but the call center sounds good for the study time. I have a husband and 2 small kids and can use all the study time I can get. Thanks again everyone.:kiss
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