The employment eligibility verification form, most commonly known as an I-9, is a requirement for all travel nurses to complete within three business days upon starting. As a travel nurse, you are frequently changing assignments, and each time you start a new assignment you must complete an I-9.
We understand that properly completing the I-9 can be rather confusing. That is why we have broken down the different sections and provided an instructional video to help you out with your next travel nursing assignment.
Travel nursing offers amazing career opportunities, plus plenty of chances for personal enrichment, as well. It can be tough to decide what positions to apply for, especially when you have a wide range of travel nursing jobs available to choose from. This year, here are a few of our favorite picks for the top travel nursing destinations in the US. See which areas appeal to you as you start your search for a great travel nursing position!
Fall is here. That means it’s time to break out the flannel, rake the fallen leaves, and gear up for some serious holiday prepping. Whether you’re embarking on your first or last travel nursing assignment, we’ve got just the things you need to make your fall season the most bountiful one yet.
The holy grail of fall drinks: the Pumpkin Spice Latte
In this day and age, there are very few things more representative of the fall season than the Pumpkin Spice Latte. And it’s here to provide autumn warmth and a caffeine boost… for at least a few more weeks. Perk up for your next shift – be sure to grab your cup today!
As of August 2018, the unemployment rate in the United States has hit 3.9 percent as millions of workers are finding the jobs they want. Additionally, the latest trends in employment reveal that people are looking for flexible work that gives them more control over when, and sometimes even where, they work. Continue reading “Travel Nursing: An Insider Look”
You did it! You made it through the application process and have been hired for your first travel nursing job in an amazing city. All that’s left is to head out and jump right into work, right? Well, it might not be quite so simple. There are some very important things that you should take care of before you start up your first travel nursing job. Continue reading “5 Things You Must Do Before Your First Travel Nursing Job”
Travel nursing offers some amazing benefits and opportunities to those who decide that this is the right career path and lifestyle for them. The chance to see a variety of new places and sights and to experience a variety of local cultures is a wonderful motivator for medical professionals. Plus, there are opportunities to learn from new people with a variety of different experiences as they travel from assignment to assignment. Continue reading “Travel Nursing and Personal Relationships”