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Old 05-04-2012, 06:53 AM
 
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I am currently on Long Island and back in school for nursing. Most of my friends are having a very difficult time finding a nursing job out here and the NYC area. Even those with a BSRN ! Clinical nurses (master's) are where the demand is here.
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Old 05-04-2012, 07:57 AM
 
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I am currently on Long Island and back in school for nursing. Most of my friends are having a very difficult time finding a nursing job out here and the NYC area. Even those with a BSRN ! Clinical nurses (master's) are where the demand is here.
Excellent point as Nursing has always fluctuated in terms of availability by region. As others have pointed out less desirable options (not saying bad places, just not as popular) like Detroit, Indianapolis and of late Cleveland are good options in my opinion to check out given wages versus cost of living.
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Old 05-04-2012, 01:34 PM
 
Location: Indianapolis
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Excellent point as Nursing has always fluctuated in terms of availability by region. As others have pointed out less desirable options (not saying bad places, just not as popular) like Detroit, Indianapolis and of late Cleveland are good options in my opinion to check out given wages versus cost of living.
Indianapolis is a less desirable option?
Well compared to NYC if your in your early 20s maybe ya.
But to a majority of the population Indy is a great place.
Fastest Growing region in the midwest. People dont move to where its boring and nothing to do. just my food for thought
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