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1 answers - Asked By: ohhkaylaBhave - 8/2/2009
I'm 27 years old and come from south korea by working holiday visa. i'm getting my 2nd working visa mid june this year, so i can stay until june next year legally. but i want to live in australia pe...
1 answers - Asked By: yonyon - 4/17/2010
I have been a LPN for 5 years with baby #2 due in 7 weeks. I have been looking for at Nursing job that I can work from home,but do not know where to look. Some websites direct me to making money fro...
1 answers - Asked By: Becky P - 8/30/2009
I like to interact with the elderly and they seem to enjoy being around me. Im in high school and was thinking about taking up a career in that. I would like to work in a nursing home but be more of l...
1 answers - Asked By: - 12/23/2012
I would like to apply at a nursing home or an assisted living facility but I was wondering what kind of job I can apply for with no experience through one of these facilities? and or what kind of trai...
2 answers - Asked By: Laura H - 3/5/2011
Im a CNA for 2 years in a nursing facility but the paid is not enough and its very stressful, anyone has experience working with home health in a agency, they told me that you visit 5 or more patients...
2 answers - Asked By: krazyguy1872003 - 7/15/2008
Ok so the nursing home near my house is sending me to cna training and they are paying for it =] of course i have to work for them a set amount of time but my question is, if i wanted to be a lpn or r...
1 answers - Asked By: SouthernBelle - 11/7/2008
I am an registered nurse wanted to find a job where i can work as a nurse from home but i do not know any options out there or where to find them. Please help I want to stay home with my children. I...
1 answers - Asked By: jj - 8/3/2009
I am a new graduate ADN RN, I am working in a nursing home and hate it, vowed I'd never work in one but it's the only place that called me back after 1000+ applications. I want to get my BSN but am al...
2 answers - Asked By: - 12/10/2011
I just got a temp job as an RN for a nursing home filling in about 8 shifts in a month. I will not have typical orientation like regular employees so what is it expected that I do? How can I just "Jum...
1 answers - Asked By: daffodils and daisies - 7/25/2013
I am looking to get a job in a nursing home. I am only seventeen years old so I was wondering what kind of jobs they would have for a seventeen year old in a nursing home? I plan on going to collage f...
3 answers - Asked By: CJay - 1/18/2010
I am a newly qualified nurse and have been looking around for work. I'm not too keen on working on a hospital ward, which everyone says is highly beneficial in terms of skill and progression so have b...
2 answers - Asked By: - 11/15/2012
Hi there - as a soon to be new grad considering potential occupational environments, I am wondering which avenues provide M-F hours. Having religious and other responsibilites during the weekends and...
4 answers - Asked By: Smile - 12/1/2012
I know someone who was currently working as a nurse, but due to an accident, they are now handicap and unable to work. They can no longer do the things they use to, such as lifting anything heavier th...
2 answers - Asked By: K B - 5/26/2009
Does any work at a nursing home that can hook me up with a job ?
2 answers - Asked By: myiesha s - 9/5/2011
I am desparately looking for a "stay at home" career in the nursing field. I am an RN with 6 years critical care experience and am trying my hardest to find a way to stay at home with my 7 week old da...
2 answers - Asked By: miamommy - 8/14/2007
Should i go up to the nursing home and ask for an application? or should i try calling HR and asking to speak with a manager about open employment? I have already tried calling and the places quickly ...
2 answers - Asked By: worldhelper5 - 1/28/2011
And how do I better my chances of getting the job that I want?
2 answers - Asked By: Kelly - 10/15/2008
I have a eight month old daughter and recently relocated to Atlanta, I have been home with her for the past three months and I longer want to go back to work. I am a registered nurse who has worked i...
6 answers - Asked By: moniquernc - 7/21/2007
Would it be good for me to work in a nursing home? If so what should I do? Im 16 years old, and I live with my grandparents. So im pretty well with old people, and it's fun to talk to them. (= ...
1 answers - Asked By: - 8/7/2012
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