I was part of the May layoffs and it took me nearly 6 months. (PHC). There aren't many WAH jobs (with my background/skills anyway), and my newer job is not. I'd start as soon as you can getting resume, etc. in order. You can certainly find a job, but I was not willing to settle for low pay or terrible hours, so I kept interviewing. Lots of phone and virtual interviews before an in-person interview these days...(not as bad after you've done one or two, but be prepared for it). Agree with the poster above, RN, BSN etc. are much more marketable. But to anyone facing RIF or still looking from past RIFs, hang in there. I was very careful with severance and my finances, and hung in there to find a really good job. Get and stay updated and active on LinkedIn and any job sites. Connect to people who have been laid off...we've been helping each other, especially with moral support and keeping our eyes open for each other. NETWORK! Have someone or several people really look hard at your resume and L/I profile. Tell everyone you know you're looking. Best to anyone still looking or soon-to-be looking. It was not as scary as I'd imagined...but you gotta do the work as early as you can to be ready. If you are laid off, take online courses to stay sharp and keep relevant. BEST and good luck!