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Travel Healthcare

Ever have a conversation with one of those people in a desirable locale, who say “I came for a week and stayed for a decade?”

Travel nursing affords you the opportunity to experience a large range of workplaces and the towns those workplaces exist in.

While it’s great to see the country (and the world), all that traveling might also lead you to a place you might like to stay in for a while.

Factoring in things like a city’s growth rate, cost of living, average RN salaries, commute time, employment/unemployment figures, and even selections from other “top cities for nurses” lists, we came up with the following faves: [click to continue…]

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Should You Consider Oncology Nursing?

by Tera Tuten on November 19, 2013

oncology-nursing There are several different areas of nursing you can choose to pursue. Whether you are a new graduate or a seasoned nurse, you may be considering your options. Oncology nursing may be a perfect fit for new nurses or those looking for something different. [click to continue…]

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first day travel nursing You may be excited about starting a new nursing travel assignment and look forward to the many challenges. But along with excitement, may come some questions. Don’t worry about asking too many things. It’s normal to have questions anytime you start a new job. [click to continue…]

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Dealing with Difficult PatientsWorking in healthcare can be an extremely rewarding experience. Patients are often grateful for the treatment and care they receive. But sometimes patients can be difficult, hostile, or even aggressive. Almost everyone who works in the field of healthcare will encounter a difficult patient at least occasionally in their career. In order to handle situations appropriately, it’s important to understand more about why patients become difficult and how they may act. [click to continue…]

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travel with family

If you think you can’t take a travel nursing job because you are married or have kids, you may be surprised. Lots of nurses take their families with them on one or more assignments. Managing a travel assignment and a family may take some planning, flexibility and compromise, but it can be done successfully. There are several things to take into consideration, such as the following: [click to continue…]

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If you’re heading to a new job as a traveler, you may feel excited and a little apprehensive. Although it is an exciting adventure, starting a new job in a new area can make anyone a bit nervous. But there are several things you can do to make your experience great. Consider some of the 10 tips below. [click to continue…]

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