i am 56 years old. was an RN with poor references. guess i need to start over. what companies have liberal policies so i can start over, even at entry level anywhere. thanks
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You might consider moving to a different state or to a rural area that is in need of care givers. There are many areas desperate for people, but Edmonds, WA, is not one of them.
You can seek some retraining, shelter in that while you get turned around. Michigan is slowly turning around Jackson Community College has dorms. You can retrain and get moving. Great networking program there, taught by adjuncts who work in the field. Get a Cisco certification. Not an easy path, but you can start. I was older than you when I graduated from law school
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