(Pictured: Lori White-Bruce)
So you’ve just flipped the tassel on your cap to the left, marking an end to those long hours of conscientious study, instruction and testing to become a registered nurse (RN).
If you think all that hard, tedious work is in your rearview mirror, welcome to Reality Check 101.
Although the medical profession has seen considerable growth on the job front in recent years, nurses fresh out of college are seeing something else on some regional job postings: not accepting new grads.
To read more, go to CBS Los Angeles.