Archive for the ‘Traveler Tips’ Category

Travel Nursing Challenges and Opportunities

September 4th, 2018 | Posted by admin in Travel Nursing, Travel Tips, Traveler Tips

It’s estimated that more than 32,000 RNs spent at least a part of 2017 as a travel nurse. A travel nurse works on one or many assignments that take place outside the range which they would typically commute to work. These assignments typically last 13 weeks though it changes with the needs of the company. […]

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Q&A: The Travel Nurse Experience

August 30th, 2018 | Posted by admin in Travel Nursing, Travel Tips, Traveler Tips

Travel nursing is a unique opportunity to visit your dream destination and receive a host of other benefits as well. Virtually all specialties have options at hospitals and medical centers across the country. If you’re looking for a break from the usual, it may be time to plan your travel nursing experience. How Does Travel […]

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Travel Nurse Resumes: Why and How to Keep Your Resume Up to Date

August 20th, 2018 | Posted by bbarr in Travel Nursing, Traveler Tips

Why Keep Your Resume Up to Date? Even if you’re working with a staffing company on assignments as a travel nurse, demand can shift quickly and assignments can end earlier than expected. We recommend updating your resume as soon as you start a new position in the instance that you do not have availability to […]

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Night Shift Tips: How to Stay Alert All Night as a Travel Nurse

August 14th, 2018 | Posted by bbarr in Travel Nursing, Traveler Tips

Night shifts can be an exciting adventure, or more likely a dreaded change depending on your personality. Even if you have taken night shifts as a travel nurse in the past, it’s easy to fall back into the normal day-to-day grind of living your life during daylight hours. Here are some tips and tricks for […]

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