conducting a search for RN job listings in a specific location and analyzing the representation of potential employers, required backgrounds or experiences, work schedules, and wages in the advertisements.

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conducting a search for RN job listings in a specific location and analyzing the representation of potential employers, required backgrounds or experiences, work schedules, and wages in the advertisements.

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DQ:2-Conduct a search in several job listing websites for your location. Count the advertisements for RNs. How many employers are represented? Think of all the different healthcare agencies in the community. Do the ads represent most of them, some of them, or only a few of the potential employers of nurses? Of those listed, how many specify backgrounds or experiences beyond that which a new graduate would have? How many specify the shift or work schedule? If wages are noted, what is the range of wages quoted? Reflect on your own expectations for employment after graduation. How do your expectations compare with what you find in these advertisements?

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