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There is not a single traveler out on the road who hasn’t gone through the transition stage of leaving a full time job for that very first travel assignment. And while any travel nurse or recruiter can discuss the positive aspects of starting travel until they are blue in the face, it really is a… Read more »

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Travel nursing is a great way to obtain experience all over the country. Typically, travel nurse jobs pay more than staff positions and the ability to stay in other areas while working is a big draw for those interested in these opportunities. There are currently several locations with needs for travel nurses. Here are two… Read more »

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Over our Thanksgiving break we’ve been putting this question out there to all of the nurses and doctors we know: What are you thankful for that helped you get through nursing or medical school?  We’ve received all kinds of answers. Some were very close, and others were on complete opposite ends of the spectrum. So… Read more »

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Dialysis treatment acts as a filter for the body for individuals facing disease and failure of the kidneys. When kidneys don’t properly work to flush out toxins , assistance in the form of dialysis may be needed. However, the treatment for kidney disease and injury can vary depending on the circumstances. Dialysis falls into two… Read more »

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The market is as competitive as ever for travel nurses. One of the most common questions is: How do you stay ahead of the competition? Many travel nurses want to know what they can do to give themselves the best shot at getting that travel assignment. Assignments can sometimes be few and far between. How… Read more »

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Any experienced traveler can tell you that every assignment is different. There are different people, different atmospheres, and different ways of operating. What any experienced traveler can also tell you is that while many facilities have wonderful coworkers and great management, there are also those facilities that are not as perfect. Whether it is coming… Read more »

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Everyone needs time to recharge their batteries. It is also important to learn to connect with team mates on the job. This is especially imperative for travel nurses who may only be spending two or three months in a given location. If you’re looking for ideas for your travel nursing assignment, or are a manager… Read more »

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  As a traveler there is a word that you hear constantly:  “Marketability”. Recruiters and hiring authorities love very marketable travelers – since it makes everyone’s (including the traveler!) job easier. Travel recruiters can talk up and down about how “marketable” a traveler is to any client, but what does it all really mean? And how can you, as a… Read more »

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Are you considering a career as a traveling nurse? It is important to understand all the potential benefits and disadvantages to the lifestyle as you plan the next stage of your career. One particularly essential consideration is the salary. Here is some information about travel nursing and considerations about the salary in the United States…. Read more »