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Why Every Nurse Needs To Try Travel Nursing At Least Once

June 5, 2019

By Brittany Hamstra BSN, RN The opportunity to be a travel nurse is one of the single best aspects of our profession. I cannot think of any other job which allows you to basically have a trial period of living in a new place of your choice, honing valuable career skills, and earning maximum wages […]

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Housing for Traveling Nurses

May 21, 2019

By Kelli Leach For many travel nurses, housing is one of the most important pieces of the pay package. For me and my husband, it’s the first thing we want details on before we decide to apply for a position. (My husband is a travel nurse, and I’m along for the adventure!). Housing has certainly […]

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16 Signs You Were Raised by a Nurse

May 7, 2019

By Chaunie Brusie Not everyone has the great privilege of being raised by a nurse, but for those of you who were, you might recognize just a few of the signs that are a dead giveaway that a nurse played a part in your upbringing. For instance, some signs you were raised by a nurse: […]

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13 Tips for Surviving Being a Mom and a Nurse

May 7, 2019

By Chaunie Brusie In honor of Mother’s Day, let’s take time to acknowledge what is perhaps the hardest job on the planet: motherhood. In no other way, does someone sacrifice so much for another person. From the physical demands of growing another human to the arduous emotional process of laboring through adoption (see also: hand […]

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Tips on Travel Nursing with Children

May 6, 2019

When we first started travel nursing, my husband and I discussed when we would start a family. And, once we did, whether would we still travel with kids. Our game plan: travel for 5-7 years, settle down, then start a family. When we became unexpectedly pregnant while on assignment — we were living in a […]

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