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Finding Per-Diem Work to Supplement Your Income

by Howard Gerber on April 9, 2015

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per-diem-healthcare-jobs-nursing-therapyWorking in healthcare – in positions such as a nurse, occupational therapist, and physician assistant – can have a lot of benefits. In addition to being rewarding, there is often flexibility in the types of jobs you can work. For example, not all jobs in healthcare are full or part-time. Many healthcare workers also work per diem. [continue reading…]

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nursing-hospital-healthcare-interview-tipsBefore you land the perfect nursing travel assignment, you will likely be required to interview with your potential employer. Depending on your location and the location of the assignment, you may interview in person, over the phone, or via Skype. Regardless of how you interview, it is a chance to let an employer know what makes you a good candidate. [continue reading…]

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Managing Your Money While on a Healthcare Traveler Job

by Howard Gerber on August 7, 2014

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travel-nurse-budgetThere are many benefits to working as a healthcare traveler, such as new opportunities, meeting people, and exploring a new city. A good salary and paid housing are also reasons some people choose to work as a traveler. Regardless of your reasons, managing your money on the road is a must. Consider some of the following suggestions: [continue reading…]

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Avoiding Nursing Mistakes

by Howard Gerber on July 31, 2014

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top-nursing-mistakes-new-nurseEveryone makes them from time to time. But if you make a mistake as a nurse, it can have serious consequences. Depending on the severity of a mistake, it can land you a warning, a formal write-up, or even cost you your job. Although it is impossible to do everything perfectly all the time, there are several things you can do in order to reduce the chances of making a nursing mistake. [continue reading…]

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Eight Ways to Enjoy Springtime as a Healthcare Traveler

by Howard Gerber on March 20, 2014

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travel-nursing-tips-springSpring is a great time of year to enjoy working as a healthcare traveler. With the dreary, cold winter days over, it’s time to enjoy your destination. Springtime brings warmer weather, more daylight hours, and spring holidays. Whether you are just starting a travel assignment or are in the middle of one, be sure to enjoy springtime in your new city. Consider some of the suggestions below. [continue reading…]

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Resume-for-travel-assignmentOne of the first steps for landing a great healthcare travel assignment  is submitting a resume. Often your resume makes the first impression on an employer. It may be what gets you noticed and sets you apart from other applicants. Whether you need to update your resume or write your first one, it is not that difficult if you follow some of the tips below. [continue reading…]

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Stepping Away From the Acute Care Hospital

by Howard Gerber on March 6, 2014

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sub-acute-facilities-jobsWorking in an acute care hospital or medical center is a great place to start your nursing career. In fact, most new graduates start out in a hospital and with good reason. In a hospital setting, you will likely see a large variety of illnesses and work with different types of patients. Working in a hospital is a great way to gain nursing experience and learn new things.  [continue reading…]

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