“The world in a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” – Saint Augustine
Latest Travel Nursing Posts
When you accept your travel nursing assignment, you’ll have to establish your housing, transportation, and travel needs.
In travel nursing, contract negotiation is important as it will determine the amount you get paid. Fight for yourself in these negotiations.
There is a misconception about how hard it is to pack for your travel nursing assignment. Packing for your assignment is not a small task.
You’re interviewing the facility as much as they are interviewing you. Asking the right questions and knowing what will be asked is key.
A travel nursing recruiter is a middleman between a facility and you. The relationship you create with the travel recruiter is important.
How to impress your employer or travel recruiter and move to the front of the line of your nursing career? It starts with the proper resume.
Becoming a traveling nurse is not a decision to take lightly. travel nursing offers many benefits such as freedom of work and travel.
If you’re considering a life as a travel nurse, you have to ask yourself if you really like to travel. A travel nurse has to adapt to change.
A travel nurse is a licensed nurse who typically works in a hospital for 13 weeks at a time before moving on to a different hospital in a different part of the country. Sometimes, if you love your contract, you might be given an opportunity to extend your stay.
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“Traveling — it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” — Ibn Battut
Check out our Travel Nursing Spotify Playlist
Travel Nursing Playlist
Whether this is your first time or not, our podcast series can be used as both a refresher course and guide you through the world’s best career path: Travel Nursing.