You’re a nursing student who’s looking for a new job.
You’ve already been to a few nursing schools, and your resume shows you can work in nursing homes.
But you want a nursing job in the future.
You think you’re the type of person who’d be able to work a variety of nursing positions, but you don’t want to leave your home to start a family.
You want to be a nurse.
The National Nurses United survey of nursing job postings from 2017 and 2018 found that, among nursing positions open for 2018, less than half of employers said they’re hiring nursing graduates.
That’s an even smaller percentage than the percentage of positions open in 2016.
So, it’s a big gap, and a good time to start narrowing your search.
“There’s a lot of good candidates for the jobs that we’re looking for, but the opportunities aren’t really there,” says Stephanie Fink, an assistant professor of nursing at the University of Maryland.
“You can have a very good job with a good pay and benefits, and you could make a great contribution to your community by volunteering and doing other things.”
So, if you’re thinking of nursing as a career path, you might want to do a little research.
Here are some key questions to consider before you get started: Do you have a high school diploma?
Do you live in a community that has a nursing shortage?
Do your relatives work in the field?
Are you interested in becoming a nurse?
How much do you want to work?
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Are you willing to work on a contract?
If so, here’s what you can expect in the workforce: A lot of employers say they want to hire a good nurse for the same job, but they may not be able or willing to offer the contract to you.
Some employers will offer you a limited contract, which may not include benefits.
Some may pay you less than minimum wage, or give you less time off.
Many companies will require you to attend mandatory training and pay you at least half of your regular salary, but some will let you choose when you apply for a position.
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The most common questions people ask are: How long will I have to work in this position?
What are the hours?
How do I find work?
Are there benefits?
What if I can’t find work or find work that pays more?
Do I need a degree?
Can I work in a nursing facility?
Do my family members work in hospitals?
If your answer is yes, here’re some tips: Look for an internship that’s flexible, but requires you to work for the company for at least three weeks each week.
You may have to go to work after school.
You’ll need to show up in a uniform and be available to work at all times.
If you don, the company may say you can’t work there because you’re not in school.
If your company won’t let you work in one-on-one shifts, you may have a choice of working for a team or a team of one.
You can choose one of these opportunities.
It might be easier to work from home.
Many employers will let their workers go home after the workday if they’re sick.
This will save you time if you’ve already made it to the hospital and need to come back.
If that’s not possible, you can still take a day off and return to work, if that’s what suits you best.
Make sure you have your own transportation if you want one, as many employers don’t allow people to ride their vehicles.
You might also want to consider finding a job at a nursing home or in a skilled nursing facility.
You don’t need to have a nursing degree, but a nursing education will help you to be the best nurse possible.
Are there other opportunities for you to apply?
Do nursing schools offer internships?
Some schools offer internship opportunities.
Many will give you a paid job that you can move to if you qualify for a pay cut.
You won’t have to pay extra for transportation or accommodation if you don’s have to take a vacation during your internship.
If a school doesn’t offer internship positions, here may be some other options for you.
If nursing doesn’t suit you, you have options.
You could apply to other industries, such as manufacturing, construction, or transportation.
You have other options that you could pursue, including: Find a job as a nurse assistant or nurse tech.
You get paid at a higher rate and you get to stay at home longer, so you’re more flexible in how you work.
You also get to have fewer responsibilities in your