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Old 02-18-2015, 10:50 PM
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I heard most institutes will require experiences upon apply for job as RN but how are we going to get that experience?
I believe private hiring or private employers can help nursing students, nursing graduates, and RNs get the experience they need. There are online sources, such as Yournurses.com, that encourage health professionals and nursing students to register in their website. Private employers specify their criteria and qualifications and if it match the member's qualification, there is definitely a great chance of hiring. There is no harm in registering in Yournurses.com. Try it!
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My ex-girlfriend worked as a CNA while she was in school to become an RN. She worked at a home and for an individual, usually overnight. She actually got more per hour working for the individual. She just helped around the house doing chores for him; so, it wasn't really nursing or health care related.
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Oh, I meant to mention in the last post, have you considered the National Guard? You could go in as a medic. You'd also have the education benefits as well. If you go to a state school, there are even more benefits from most states for their Guard men and women.
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My ex-girlfriend worked as a CNA while she was in school to become an RN. She worked at a home and for an individual, usually overnight. She actually got more per hour working for the individual. She just helped around the house doing chores for him; so, it wasn't really nursing or health care related.
Being a CNA was/is the best thing for me as a nursing student.I was leaps and bounds ahead of the other students in regards to clinical knowledge, clinical confidence, abbreviations, and interpersonal relationships.advice you look link below and read good article http://nursection.com/cna-classes/. its one of way for start
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