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I Spent Two Months in Paradise and Boosted My Resume

November 30, 2018

By Sarah Gaines Once my first contract as a travel nurse was completed, I realized that I had options. The current hospital I was working at had offered me an extension or I could start a whole new contract anywhere in the United States. I did neither. I ended up taking my first solo international […]

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How My Father’s Death Led Me to Travel Nursing

November 16, 2018

By Sarah Gaines I mourned my father at his funeral on Sunday — then attempted to pull myself together for work on Monday. I thought I had everything under control. But, as a labor and delivery nurse, I had no idea how difficult it would be to care for others when I wasn’t given the […]

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Traveling in Pairs

August 17, 2018

 By Sophia Kawley Travel nursing is even more fun when you have a partner in crime. Maybe it’s with your friend who is also a nurse, your spouse or significant other, or even a fellow co-worker. I know a couple that are both nurses and have been traveling together for years. They usually work with […]

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The Transition from Staff to Traveler

August 15, 2018

By Leah Helmbrecht, RN, BS, Travel Nurse Welcome to the crossover from Staff nurse to Traveler. It’s an exciting and nerve-wracking time as you turn in your notice and begin looking for your first assignment. If you were once a travel nurse and have decided to switch back to the nomad life, then you have […]

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NYC Travel Nurse: “I Didn’t Expect THIS To Happen At Orientation”

August 13, 2018

By Matthew Watford, RN “Hello Matt, this is your recruiter! Pack your bags, you’re headed to New York!” A wave of excitement poured over me as my mind’s eye rushed to crowded streets and hard knocks. I had just completed my most recent assignment in Los Angeles. In fact, when my Recruiter called, I was […]

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