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Hannah44 in Oakland, California

57 months ago

As a LVN I have been out off a job for almost 1300 months.No one seem to be hiring LVN presently. What are we suppose to do now for a living? Please help me. I have send out several applications but, no call from anyone still.

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mr.rn in Tracy, California

57 months ago

learn how to count then maybe you'll get hired.

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plarson rn

57 months ago

You haven't had a job in 108 yr's? That's horrible.
Bet you used up most of your savings.

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ruby in Las Vegas, Nevada

50 months ago

mr.rn in Tracy, California said: learn how to count then maybe you'll get hired.

cute

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nintendo in GARDEN GROVE, California

50 months ago

I HAVE BEEN AN LVN FOR 16YRS, 10 YEARS AT ONE PLACE, THEN LAID OFF DUE TO ECONOMY,THEY LAID OFF ALL LVN, NOW I CANT GET A RESPONSE FROM ANY ONE ACCEPT SNFS FACILITIES ,NOT MY CUP OF TEA, DO YOU THINK I HAVE TO MUCH EXP. PEOPLE ONLY WANT TO HIRE NEW GRADS OR WHAT IS THE PROBLEM.

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jackal in Los Angeles, California

49 months ago

SNFS are the mainstay for LVNs nowadays because no one in an acute care setting would hire LVNs because it adds up to the workload of the RNs as they say. well we have no choice but to work in SNFs. I mean the work is hard but I did earn more working in SNFs than working in an acute hospital plus I get cancelled all the time working in a hospital.

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