Online lists stating the average pay for nurses nationwide can vary wildly and often suggest that huge rises or drop have occurred, but what’s the final word on how (and what) nurses actually get paid under various circumstances? We take a look at the most up-to-date numbers and what the statistics can – and can’t – tell us.
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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”
You might be considering taking the plunge and becoming a travel nurse. Then again, you might have heard a few things that make you wonder if working as a traveler is the right choice. Although it can be a little intimidating moving into something new, it’s easier if you bust the myths and get the facts. Below are some common myths about travel nursing that may be holding you back. Continue reading “Top Travel Nursing Myths Debunked”
Confidence, resilience, resourcefulness, and humility are some of the main values our PCU nurse Christin instills in her practice. An experienced travel nurse like Christin who’s now working her way into nursing administration truly knows the ropes of the industry. We had the pleasure of speaking with Christin to find out why she started traveling, what’s stood out to her thus far, and what advice she has for prospective travelers. Continue reading “Traveler Spotlight – PCU Nurse Christin”
Has anyone ever told you that you “can’t” do something? The majority of you probably just nodded your heads. Stacey, one of our team ER nurses, was told the same thing when she asked a question in a travel nursing-focused Facebook group: can I start travel nursing as a new grad with less than one year of experience? But Stacey didn’t let that stop her! On today’s blog, we’re asking Stacey why she jumped into travel nursing and what it’s been like so far since she took that risk. Though no travel nurse’s story is the same, a story like Stacey’s can help guide other nurses in similar situations who are looking for guidance! Continue reading “Traveler Spotlight – ER Nurse Stacey”