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It doesn’t take long for a nurse to have their first “I’m in over my head” moment. Truth be told, most of us had a fair few of those moments while we were still in nursing school! In a fast-paced, complex job, developing confidence in your abilities is vital to your happiness and job performance. […]Comments: 0 Read More
You’re nearing the end of your 13-week assignment and it’s time to ask yourself the big question: now what? Travel nurses aren’t lacking for options. After all, flexibility is one of the job’s biggest perks. At the same time, it can be hard to make a decision when you’re burned out after a tough assignment. […]Comments: 0 Read More
Most nurses enter a full-time staff position after graduating from nursing school. Though this is a great way to get comfortable with your new career, some RNs soon find themselves itching for a change. The top alternatives are per-diem and travel nursing. If you’re currently trying to decide which career path is right for you, […]Comments: 0 Read More
Per-diem nursing is one of the best choices for nurses who value flexibility and independence. Even nurses who thrive on their own, however, need a little bit of help and guidance. Here’s how teaming up with a staffing agency can help take your per-diem nursing career to the next level.Staffing agencies give easier access to […]Comments: 0 Read More
Is flexibility a deal-breaker when you are looking for a job? Would you like the freedom to make your own schedule? Because of the nursing shortage and the intense, fast-paced nature of healthcare, nurses don’t always get to experience much flexibility in their work/life balance. However, if these issues are important to you, there is […]Comments: 0 Read More
We hear a lot of health care professionals assume that working at a nursing home is slower-paced or less stressful than other care settings. There is a specific type of person who holds this view: those who have never worked in a nursing home! Long-term care is a fascinating specialty that, though challenging in its […]Comments: 0 Read More
All nurses work as part of a team. For travel nurses, one of your most important teammates is the travel nursing agency you work for. If your agency doesn’t have your back, your travel experience will be a nightmare. In contrast, a good agency and a great recruiter will make everything run smoothly. How can […]Comments: 0 Read More
Nurses know better than most people that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure; it’s true about our health, and it’s true about our work, as well. There are several issues you could face when you start a travel nursing contract at a new facility, but a bit of preparation can prevent […]Comments: 0 Read More
Are you proud of your career as a travel nurse? You should be! If there’s nobody around to pat you on the back, feel free to do it yourself just this one time. There are a lot of reasons to appreciate this career choice, and travel nurses find that they benefit a lot from choosing […]Comments: 0 Read More
Every decent job you go after is going to have many different applicants. Even though we are currently in a nursing shortage, the field remains competitive. Knowing that nursing managers will look over dozens of resumes before ever meeting a single candidate in person, you need to be sure that your resume is the one […]Comments: 0 Read More