Does it help your chances of getting an RN job if your bilingual.

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Misswifie in Brooklyn, New York

13 months ago

Are bilingual nurses preferred, is it easier to get an RN job if you know spanish?

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Bluetea in Texas

13 months ago

Misswifie in Brooklyn, New York said: Are bilingual nurses preferred, is it easier to get an RN job if you know spanish?

Its almost mandatory now.

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PeterEgan in Long Beach, Mississippi

3 months ago

In certain markets that will almost certainly result in a larger salary than would a nurse who speaks only English.

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Biff Bradford in Madison, Wisconsin

2 months ago

Here, you stand a better chance getting a clinic job in certain parts of the city, but in big hospitals I don't think there is an advantage. Large hospitals hire translators for all languages for liability issues I'm sure.

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