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Old 01-06-2009, 10:17 PM
 
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I have been an LVN for twenty years.I live in Eastland county which is the lowest paying place in Texas for nursing.I am wanting to find a job in Ft.Worth/Dallas area where I can work several long shifts then go home.I use to drive to Dallas 17 years ago and do weekend doubles.Then I moved to Dallas for 5 years but came back home. If anyone has any ideas please tell me.I want to further my education finally.That is why I need to make more money than they pay here.Also the jobs in this area are really easy to get burnt out on.
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Old 01-06-2009, 10:19 PM
 
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ever consider doing the crossover program to RN?
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Old 01-15-2009, 04:54 PM
 
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JPS (John Peter Smith) is always looking for LVN. The clinic job is a piece of cake (mostly sitting down and charting). I'm not sure of the pay but my friend who is LVN there says it isn't as high as other places.

If you're interested PM me


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I have been an LVN for twenty years.I live in Eastland county which is the lowest paying place in Texas for nursing.I am wanting to find a job in Ft.Worth/Dallas area where I can work several long shifts then go home.I use to drive to Dallas 17 years ago and do weekend doubles.Then I moved to Dallas for 5 years but came back home. If anyone has any ideas please tell me.I want to further my education finally.That is why I need to make more money than they pay here.Also the jobs in this area are really easy to get burnt out on.
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