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Has the idea of setting out on the open road excited you? Has it also frightened you? Both are perfectly natural reactions, but both can be managed to allow you to have a wonderful travel nursing experience at any stage of your career. If you’re wondering how to stay in touch with friends and family… Read more »

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Interviewing for any job can be stressful. When you add the variable of travel nursing on top of it, you open yourself up to an entirely new experience. There are a lot of things you can do to make sure your next travel nursing interview goes smoothly and make the right impression on the hiring… Read more »

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Travel nursing as a career choice has a lot of benefits. Many people opt for this lifestyle just out of nursing school, and for a good reason. Working as a travel nurse can help you pay back your student loans. So many Americans are drowning in educational debt, and it can feel like a Sisyphean… Read more »

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Continuing education is essential for nursing professionals. But what if you’ve decided to pursue travel nursing? How can you continue your nursing education while you’re moving from place to place? There is good news. Travel nursing can offer a number of opportunities that may not be available to others in the industry. There are multiple… Read more »

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You probably know that nurses are in demand. You also know that travel nursing is a great way to get out, find new opportunities, and travel. But the demand for skilled nurses doesn’t mean you can simply walk into a job at any time. You still have to sell yourself as the right candidate for… Read more »

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If you’re working as a contract nurse, you probably have a variety of positions to list on your resume as you look for your next job. So how can you make your resume cohesive, readable, and attractive to healthcare employers? With some insider tips on how to manage your contract assignments, you can create a… Read more »

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Throughout your nursing career, you will be working with a variety of personalities. This is true not only with patients and managers but also the doctors themselves. What happens when you encounter a physician who is difficult to deal with? You may feel like you’re not in a position to challenge or confront them, even… Read more »

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When you started in your position in a medical office or hospital, you may have always had the idea that you intend to advance. And since it’s considered bad form to ask for a promotion at the start, when is the right time? It isn’t so much as the question of when as how to… Read more »

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