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Travel Nursing

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travel-nursing-preparation-tipsDeciding to take a job as a nurse traveler means you have a lot of things to take care of before you hit the road. But before you become overwhelmed at all there is to do, there are several steps you can take to get organized, which will help your move go more smoothly. [continue reading…]

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travel-nursing-questions-factsWorking as a healthcare traveler can be a great way to make a living, but it may not be for everyone at every stage in their life. Before you sign a contract and accept a travel assignment, it is a good idea to ask yourself several questions in order to determine if working as a healthcare traveler is right for you. [continue reading…]

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travel-assignment-facility-differences-choosingWhen you think about taking a healthcare travel assignment, you may first consider the city you want to experience. After all, a big part of working as a healthcare traveler is the opportunity to travel. [continue reading…]

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Highest Paid Nursing Specialties

by Howard Gerber on October 9, 2014

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highest-paid-nursing-specialitiesYou may have become a nurse for many reasons. For instance, you may have a strong interest in biology and a desire to help people. Money may not have been one of the main reasons you had for choosing a nursing profession. But depending on what type of nursing you are interested in, your education, and what part of the country you live in, salaries can be six figures a year. [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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Why Travel Nursing May be Your Cure to Burnout

by Howard Gerber on June 19, 2014

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nurse-burnout-factsMaybe you have been working as a nurse for several years and are feeling a bit burnt-out. It is common for nurses to start to feel that way after years in the field. Nurses deal with a lot of stress on a daily basis. From demanding doctors to unhappy patients to witnessing tragedies, nursing can take its toll.  But before you start considering switching careers, you may want to consider working as a nurse traveler. [continue reading…]

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