Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Went OK

Had an interview today and despite getting lost and being late for the interview things went well. I think I got it, but not exactly sure 100% yet, because it's Private Care and I have to be assigned a case. Good news is that it's 3 12 hour shifts, which I really like the idea of. Just in case I do end up needing to continue to work at my current job, there may be a way to make both work together. Which would only be an option as long as I can get on the case at my old location. It is ONLY with and FOR that family that I would even consider staying with current company.

New company pays weekly which is good too!


  1. As someone currently taking pre-requisite classes to be accepted into a nursing program, I have often wondered about the process of finding a job after school. I am new to your blog and haven't read much, but did your school help with career placement at all? Or are you mostly on your own? Is there any advice you would give to anyone currently looking to become a nurse? Any feedback would be helpful!

    1. Depends on where you live. Right now it;s hard to get a new grad position in a hospital here unless you have a BSN

      No my school didn't help. They offered interview tips and a list of common questions you'd be asked in a Nursing Interview. But other than that I was on my own.

      I wish I had tips, but honestly I am not really good at interviewing

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