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Living in Israel for 15 years. I am a RN for 5 years here.
Interesting to move to US with my husband and a cupple of twins.
Can you , please tell me about immigration through agency?
I have an offer from Onward Healthcare for 3 years in Miami.
I cant find direct hiring by myself to this area.
What can you say about this?
I am looking to permanently relocate to Washington State. I am an LPN. I have just purchased an online program for my RN.
I have a Washington nurses license. I come from Southern Oregon.
Any direction or info you might provide me with would be greatly appreciated.
I am considering going to either the University of Southern Nevada or Touro University in Henderson Nevada. Neither of these programs are accredited yet because they must first graduate a class and recieve their nclex results. I know touro university has applied for accreditation from the ccne and might be accredited by the spring of next year. What are the difficulties in finding a job having graduated from a school that is unaccredited. Do you have any advice about going to either of these two schools
I am a nurse recruiter. I am not here to promote my business. Instead I am here to provide free career advice. If you have questions about any of the categories listed below let me know.
* How to find your dream job?
* Interview Tips
* How to get leverage when negotiating money?
* How to see past recruiter speak to know if an opportunity is good?
* Make sure you are asking all of the important questions before taking a job.
* What is a fair signing bonus/relocation bonus?
* Anything else you want to know.
I would like to relocate to San Francisco, CA area. I am a recent grad - no experience.
Is there any feedback you can provide on landing a position? So far, it seems that in CA, many of the new grads are only hired for a training program which is run two or three times a year... as opposed to having orientation scheduled once a month as with many other hospitals. At this point, I am trying to understand how things work in Cali. I love the idea of a training program, but would like a job soon. Are there certain hospitals that may be better to work for than others? Can I expect help with relocating? Also, I am going to be doing an RN to BSN program and because of that I am interested in tuition reimbursement. As a recruiter, does it bother you when candidates ask about these things up front? Is there a certain way to go about it?
thanks very much for any assistance