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Applying for Job as a New Grad RN

Dear New Grad RN,

Congrats on your accomplishments! So exciting! Here’s some popular posts about how to get hired and how to prepare for job interviews.  All to help you land your dream job as a new grad RN.THE book with everything you need to land a job!!   Best of luck!

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How to get your first job as a new grad RN

It’s time to land your dream job as a new grad!

Until next time friend,

Nurse Beth

 

 

 

 

 

About Beth Hawkes (142 Articles)
Nice to meet you! I'm a Nursing Professional Development Specialist in acute care, a writer, speaker and career columnist.

6 Comments on Applying for Job as a New Grad RN

  1. Always thought I’d like either but your article crystallized the fact that I am definitely geared toward the ICU side of nursing vs ED. My major strength is that I advocate advocate and advocate some more for my patient. I am also supremely organized and confident. I prefer not to rely on others but to carve my own path, thinking creatively. ICU, here I come! Thanks Beth!!!

  2. Dr Rachel Silva, DNP // April 3, 2015 at 8:24 am // Reply

    Beth, I was happy to find this page! You are a wealth of resources. I’m going to share this with some nursing students that graduate next month. Thanks for all you do for the nursing profession!

  3. Wow, Beth! What an innovative way to share your content with new grads. (And in a way I am sure they enjoy receiving). You’ll have to teach me this new technology! Here’s a post your new graduate nurse readers may enjoy on how to connect with their patients admidst the busy-ness of the day: http://elizabethscala.com/how-to-connect-with-your-patients-3-easy-steps/

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