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How difficult is it for recent graduates of a college or job training program to get hired for this job in the region – not difficult, somewhat difficult, or very difficult and why ?

How difficult is it for recent graduates of a college or job training program to get hired for this job in the region – not difficult, somewhat difficult, or very difficult and why?

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Amalya’s Answer

It's always a good idea to think in advance about the most important things, such as job prospects. It's difficult to give a clear answer to your question since it depends on different circumstances. Based on many factors, I think it may be somewhat difficult to find a job. In all cases, move forward, believe in tomorrow, and never give up!
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Michelle’s Answer

Hello, Shamira !

Your question is based on a valid concern. We all want to know things like when will I get a job, where will I get a job. We have these questions because we really care about our future and want to love what we do. What will help is focusing on sharpening skills and gaining more skills for the career you're applying for.

The answers to your question will depend on many factors. Basically, you want to know if the employer will choose you and how long you will be without a job. No one can say, however there are the factors to consider. One that comes to mind is how the employer sees you during the employment interview. This is the chance that holds most impact with how you sell yourself to the employer. I would suggest practicing interviews and also training yourself not to feel defeated if you do not get the job. There will be a lot more interviews to come. Think of the interview as meeting someone new and telling them about what you can offer their company or agency. Try to sway away from thinking of it as competition.

The only difficulty in getting a job is the difficulty one brings to it. If it was possible to predict how difficult it is for every single person, than everyone would get a job on their first interview. So my advice is that obtaining a job is like anything else in life. What matters is how prepared you are, how well you can impress the interviewer, what the employer is looking for - which none of us exactly knows - and covering all bases by applying to many jobs so that your chances for an interview increases.

I hope that this is a bit of help for you. Best wishes on the jobs you apply for !
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Jerome’s Answer

I think this may depend on the program. Some will offer job placement services that can be beneficial.

If you can begin networking or connecting with potential employers ahead of graduating, I’d recommend doing what you can to preemptively Approach potential employers. You’ll want to be more than just another resume on a pile.
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Marlena’s Answer

Nursing is in very high demand so typically getting a job is not difficult. However, I've been told in urban areas there is more competition. The best way to secure a job is during your last year preceptorship. Show your worth, dedication, dependability, willingness to learn and grow, and find out what they have to offer new graduates! Many can secure a job at the end of school prior to taking the NCLEX. Rural areas are much easier to obtain employment as a new grad but many still offer programs.

Marlena recommends the following next steps:

New graduate RN training program
New graduate RN internship
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