Travel Nursing Blog
Our travel nursing blog is your home for travel nurse tips, contract advice, job searching considerations, and more. Are you ready to become a travel nurse? Are you looking for travel nursing tips to help you choose the right recruiter and negotiate the highest-paying contracts?
It doesn’t matter if you are still considering becoming a travel nurse, a first-time travel nurse, or a seasoned vet, we publish high-quality content meant to help you advance your nursing career. From high-pay negotiation tips to on-the-job nursing expectations and travel preparation, find the travel nursing resources you need right here at our travel nursing blog.
Want to become a travel nurse? Then this post is for you. I’ve written out an honest list of the cons and pros (yes, normally a person would say the pros and cons of travel nursing, but I like to finish with the positive) that go with working as a travel nurse....read more
It’s no secret that getting a college education in the U.S. can have you emerging with your diploma in one hand and a big ball and chain of debt around your other hand. Young adults often take out student loans to cover the cost of tuition, books, and sometimes...read more
In a media advisory published January 2, 2020, the nurses’ union, SEUI Healthcare 1199 NW, promised 13,000 healthcare workers, employed at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle Washington and other sister medical facilities in the state to go on strike. The strike will be...read more
If you are already working as a travel nurse, you’ve likely encountered this mythical 50-mile radius rule. The belief being, that if you work at least 50 miles from where you live, you will receive a housing stipend that is tax-free! What an amazing benefit for...read more
If you are a nurse or thinking about becoming a nurse, it’s a good idea to think about what the future holds for nurses in our country. I don’t have a crystal ball, but I’ve reviewed information put out in medical journals and stats from the Bureau...read more
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” At least that’s what the song says, but what should you do when you aren’t going to “be home for Christmas” and don’t want to end up crying over your store-bought eggnog as you...read more