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After someone completes a 2-yr Registered Nurse (RN) program, where would they find employment?

I would like to know if hospitals would employ someone who just completed an RN program, or if additional certification is needed (CPR, ACLS)? When I was looking at RN job listings, most hospitals and other companies want someone with at least 1-2 years of experience. Where would recently-graduated RNs find employment? I am starting my RN program in the fall, so I would like to know. Thank you!!

Asked By: - 4/13/2011
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The poor economic situation is causing difficulties for health care organizations including hospitals. Most hospitals have had to reduce their work force, including registered nurses because their are fewer people seeking health care. Sad, but true. Unfortunately this does affect employment opportunities for new nurses... More
Answered By: river gal - 4/14/2011
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Whatever you do, get a job as a Student Nurse Extern (or whatever your local hospitals or the facility in which you want to work as an RN calls them) after completing a semester or two of clinicals. You will then be able to matriculate into a new grad/new RN position. This is for any nursing student, whether earning an... More
Answered By: just juli - 4/14/2011
 
you can work in hospitals, dr. offices, just about anywhere. good luck!
Answered By: joie - 4/14/2011
 
If you want to work in a hospital setting be sure you have those trainings certification and a licensed to practice nursing. If you don't have those try a smaller setting work that ables you to practice your profession. For sure your experience will be credited when you apply for a nurse in a Hospital.
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Answered By: Jj Wilson - 4/20/2011
 
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