It’s an exciting time. One year is ending and another is just days away. With every new year brings new opportunities. It’s a time for a fresh start. However, before we close the book on 2017, let’s take a look back at some of the top travel nursing articles of 2017.
It’s always a good idea to know the future trends of the nursing industry. It doesn’t matter how long you have been in this industry, things are always changing. This article highlights a variety of facts, trends, changes, and technology advancements for the nursing industry.
Moving into a temporary place can be stressful. Sometimes it doesn’t always go how you envisioned. You have your favorite coffee shop, dog groomer, farmer’s market, and cross-fit gym. Now you have landed and accepted an awesome new job opportunity that life has graciously provided for you! And you are only going to be away from home for 13 weeks! That is why we created these 5 tips, plus one extra one that you can’t miss, to help make your new home feel like a place you’ve lived all along.
As a travel nurse, you are always planning for that next assignment. However, you should also think about your plan in between contracts and what it will take to make that happen. Do you want to go home? Maybe you are ready to take a much-needed vacation? Perhaps you are ready to pick up a new assignment as soon as your current one ends. Regardless of what you want to do once your current assignment ends, here are 5 tips to do between travel nurse assignments.
Travel nursing is an excellent way to use your skills to move to new cities on short-term assignments. Those who do it love it—but for those who haven’t traveled—it may seem like there is a lot to learn before getting started. Unanswered questions often lead to misconceptions, so we’ve created the following travel nursing debunked list of some common myths.
There is no shortage of opportunities for a travel nurse. However, it is growing more competitive to land your perfect job. Being a travel nurse means you must be able to market yourself. One way to improve your marketability is to have a great resume. These 10 resume tips for a travel nurse will help you become seen by hiring managers and land that ideal job.
Moving to a new city and starting an assignment at a new hospital can present challenges for any travel nurse. New co-workers, new patients, new routines, all while getting used to a new city can be a big adjustment for any travel nurse. Despite all of that, a new assignment offers so many benefits to help you grow as a travel nurse. While it may feel different at first, these 20 tips for adjusting to a new facility as a travel nurse will help you adjust in unfamiliar surroundings.
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