10 Tips to Maximize Your Nursing Job Search

FEATURED ARTICLE | MAY 24, 2016 | BY LAUREN JOHNSON, COUNSELING MANAGER, UB CAREER SERVICES

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Congratulations! After years of hard work, you’ve taken your last test, walked the stage at graduation, and are studying for or have passed your NCLEX …

… Now what?

Conducting a job search can be stressful and time-consuming, especially when you are focused on finding the right fit – there are actions you can take to ensure you start off your job search strong. We asked Lauren Johnson from UB Career Services to provide advice for nurses stepping foot in the job market. Here are her 10 tips to maximize your job search.

UB’s Career Services is also available to help students with cover letters, resumes, interviewing skills and other career needs. You can call 716-645-2231 or stop by their office at 259 Capen Hall (North Campus) to make an appointment. Connect with UB’s global career-focused Career Community!

Job searches require a focused effort, but the effort is well worth it if you find a job you love that helps you grow as a nurse. Good luck out there – you’ll be great!

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