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How hard is to get a hospital based job after graduation?


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Ryan’s Answer

I'd say it's not very hard, but that depends what you're looking to do. If you're looking to become an ER surgeon, it could be pretty challenging. However if you're graduating from medical school, hospitals often seeking these students very aggressively. Similar with nursing and other medical related jobs at the hospital. Administrative, finance, marketing, business, cafeteria, or janitorial jobs may be harder to get just because there is a higher supply of candidates who can apply. My recommendation is to decide what sort of work you'd like to do for a hospital and then look at the requirements. The more specialized the work, and higher education required, the easier it will be to get a job.


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janet’s Answer

Most medical facilities are always hiring but this depends on the state along with your area of interest you want to work in. Nursing has a strong history of hiring new graduates but specialty areas may require experience before being hired into a specialty area. This depends on the facility policy and availability of qualified people. I would suggest to determine the facility you want to work at and ask Human Resources what the policy is. You should be able to apply for your desired position because the only thing could say is" not at this time" and you can resubmit at a later time.

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Dan’s Answer

If you're a physician, it's usually pretty easy. Obviously it depends on the specialty but for the most part you'll be able to find a job just about any where as a physician.

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