Are new California BSN graduates more likely to get hired out of state than in CA?
The problem I have run into in looking for nursing jobs is that the requirements often say "1 year minimum" or "2 years minimum" experience. It seems that the way to get a job as a new grad is to pursue the nurse residency or nurse transition programs. These findings seem to be state-wide and even across the country.
I have read articles that discuss how certain states are hiring more than others, such as Texas. How likely are new grads from different states going to be successful in finding a nursing job out of the state that they received their BSN? Are certain states hiring more nurses than others?
|by Brandee Barker | January 30, 2013|