I willingly want to relocate from CA. Could you please tell me what the names of the hospitals and their link or e-mail for application.
Vermont and NH hire new grads. Check the hospital listings and see who is hiring.... I think VT starts at about $24 hr. not bad..
Florida hires new grads.... Fl. licensure takes a month, Vt easy - NH- takes at least 2 weeks.. but, one would get job first then apply for license.
Could you please tell me what the name of the heath systems in Vt and NH?
like Dignity health.org or Sutterhelth.org
Last edited by Kitty3970; 03-14-2013 at 12:18 AM.
the hospital sysem in NH is Dartmouth Hitchcock , Rutland Regional Medical Center in VT, also hospital in Barre Vt. , FLetcher Allen in VT... check the websites,,, not sure if rutland is hiring grads now but in spring, but feel free to call to find out.
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I used to live in the US, when you have no experience, it's so easy to get a job but when you have a lot of experience sometimes it's harder.
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