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.
As hotspots for COVID 19 continue to pop up across the nation, travel nurses are encountering a very small barrier to their ability to mobilize and go where help is needed. This small barrier, isn’t a mountain, just a piece of paper. A very important piece of...read more
Are you a registered nurse, but you’re looking for a change? Do you want to stay in the field of nursing, but perhaps step back from direct patient care? Are you interested in technology and data and how the two are used in nursing? If you said yes to the first...read more
Congratulations! You’ve landed your first travel nursing job and you’re getting ready to take off! Make no mistake, this will be an exciting and challenging time for you, as all firsts tend to be. Remember your first steps into the nursing education world?...read more
After a dip in travel nursing jobs as the US economy began to reopen in states nationwide, travel nursing jobs are on the rise again. Hospitals, doctors’ offices, community health departments, surgery centers, and free standing clinics are back in business. The...read more
Before the arrival of COVID 19 to American soil, there was one true constant in the nursing industry: there are not enough nurses. In our article “How Nursing Shortages Create a High Demand for RNs” we explored factors contributing to the nursing shortage...read more
Travel nurses are constantly jetting off to new places. In fact, this is one of the draws for many nurses who decide to make a career as a travel nurse. Whether you are traveling to a new location or a place that you have been before, and whether you are a first-time...read more