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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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Picking the right location for your next travel nurse adventure!

August 9, 2018

By Lee Nelson Everyone has a dream location they would like to be a travel nurse at. Some want the ocean. Some want the mountains. Some want rural. Some like the big cities. There seems to be something out there for everyone. “I don’t think nurses find it hard at all to determine what destinations […]

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What to do with your stuff while traveling

August 7, 2018

By Lee Nelson The thrill of becoming a traveling nurse might come to a complete stop when you think about all the stuff you need to store, get rid of or throw away. The amount of work that is in your future all depends on whether or not you are keeping your permanent home or […]

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