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How To Cure Homesickness as a Travel Nurse

April 20, 2018

By Lee Nelson The excitement of a new assignment for a travel nurse brings exhilaration and hope of new adventures. But the mental well-being of going somewhere you’ve never been and alone can also make someone feel homesick as they start out in a new place and a new job. It’s normal for humans to […]

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5 Ways Travel Nursing Can Help You Pay Off Student Loans

April 12, 2018

By Sophia Khawley, BSN, RN, Travel Nurse One of the most amazing benefits of being a travel nurse, is being afforded the opportunity to pay off student loans. By following an appropriate budget and using extra income allotted from travel nursing, you may be able to eliminate student loan debt faster than expected. Help hospitals […]

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The Best Days I’ve Had as a Travel Nurse

April 4, 2018

By Lee Nelson When someone decides to be a travel nurse, he or she does it for a myriad of reasons. Adventure is on the top of the list along with making more money and meeting new people in new parts of the country. Of course, an adjustment period usually happens – getting used to […]

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Making Meaningful Relationships on Short Stints as a Travel Nurse

March 23, 2018

By Lee Nelson As a travel nurse, the excitement of a new place can be fun and adventurous. But without friends and family around, it can get lonely. Plus, it gets a little tough to get close to people you work with when you only have a short stint. “Making friends in a new place […]

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Friends Travel Together As Travel Nurses

March 20, 2018

By Lee Nelson The best day Dylan Lackey has had so far as a travel nurse was parasailing in Honolulu with his friend and Matt Martin, also a travel nurse. “Matt was terrified at the beginning but ended up loving it. It was a wonderful experience,” he says. The two met in nursing school and […]

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