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“Fellow Travel Nurses/RNs looking for new travel assignment, if you are looking for a company and a recruiter that is honest, respectful, attentive to your needs, appreciates you for your hard work, gives you a good pay package, and actually works for YOU, look no further than Fortus Healthcare Resources. “My recruiter Becky Urtz is… Read more »

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Many job seekers make the mistake of suspending their search this time of year. Some may feel that they just don’t have enough time while juggling all the tasks that go along with the holiday season. Others assume that employers put their hiring decisions on hold. As you know, the demand for quality, dedicated healthcare… Read more »

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Could there be one tiny step you can take after an interview to improve your chances of getting that job offer? What if we told you that a written thank you note can help you land your next job? While some people send a thank you email after their interview, sending an actual handwritten card… Read more »

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You may think that job references are the easiest part of the process but what if we told you that the right references can make all the difference. Providing the wrong reference can also cost you a dream job. How do you know what references are best to provide to your next potential employer? 4… Read more »

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Travel nursing offers amazing experiences for talented medical professionals. Have you ever wanted an opportunity to live in another place for a few months or more? Being a travel nurse makes that a possibility. Featured Locations for Key Available Positions New York, NY The big city may be calling you. We have several positions from… Read more »

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One of the luxuries of being a travel nurse is the ability to have complete say in your career: which assignment to take, when you’re going to take time off, when you want to start, and which company to take an assignment through. For a new traveler, it can be overwhelming to have so many… Read more »

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There are many reasons you may be searching for a new job while still working. You may need to move or are having trouble with the commute or hours. You may be dissatisfied with the work environment or you don’t feel challenged any more. If you’re looking for another job while still working there are… Read more »

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Nurses and others working in the medical industry are often placed in high stress situations. This can lead to high instances of employee burn out. If you’re working in the medical industry you may want to think about ways to ensure that you have the right work/life balance. 4 Tips for Maintaining the Right Work/Life… Read more »

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After your resume has been reviewed, and you’ve made it past an initial screening, your next challenge is the interview. Don’t make the mistake of winging it. An interview is the time when you can impress the potential employer with your presentation, experience, and personality. Here are some tips to make the right first impression during… Read more »

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“I had the pleasure and unique opportunity of working with Debbie Lachacz, Senior Account Executive.  During our campaign I found her to be extremely professional, dedicated and most importantly knowledgeable about the client.  Further, she helped prepare me with salient information about the area, organization and professional environment.  I felt that she gave me every… Read more »