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5 Requirements to Become a Travel Nurse

April 5, 2019

By Chaunie Brusie Travel nursing holds a lot of appeal for many people interested in the healthcare field because it offers perks like the chance to visit new places, competitive pay, and career flexibility. It’s also the perfect opportunity to gain valuable skills, get out of your comfort zone, and of course, make a difference […]


What I’d Do Differently as a First-Time Travel Nurse

April 3, 2019

By Sarah Gaines When my vacation was denied after my father passed away, that was the last straw. I was overworked, underpaid, and completely fed up when my manager refused to give me time away to grieve the most important person in my life. Less than 24 hours later, I accepted my first job as […]


Crossing The Picket Line As a Travel Nurse

April 1, 2019

By Sophia Khawly A labor dispute at a hospital is much different than a labor dispute at a corporation. While the grievances of striking nurses might be similar (poor working conditions, low pay, etc), the ramifications are much more severe, even deadly. Patients still need care — so hospitals must find a way to keep the […]


5 Tips on How to Land a Travel Nurse Job

March 26, 2019

By Sarah Gaines I’ve been a travel nurse for over 3 years with 14+ contracts under my belt. But, I learned some lessons the hard way on how best to land a travel nursing job. Below are five tips from building your resume to interviewing with the hiring manager that helped me get multiple travel […]


Unsafe Assignments While Travel Nursing

February 26, 2019

By Sarah Gaines As a new travel nurse, my worst fear was being hired on a unit that was unsafe. My definition of “unsafe” — increased nurse-patient ratios that don’t follow the recommended guidelines, outdated policies and/or procedures that put patient safety at risk, and even nurse bullying. Since there’s a nursing shortage all across […]