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5 things a facility wants from a travel nurse

5 things a facility wants from a travel nurse

By Guest Blogger: Jennifer Lee, Account Manager Do you ever wonder what a hospital is really looking at on your resume?  This is one question that I get asked the most when helping a recruiter place a nurse. Facilities need nurses for various reasons.  They can...

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What to Expect When Expecting (a Travel Assignment)

What to Expect When Expecting (a Travel Assignment)

By Guest Blogger: Angela Kelley, Credentials Manager After 4 years of school, a degree, a NECLEX, your nursing license and now 1-2 years hospital experience you are finally ready to take a travel assignment!  But with just weeks to go until your assignment starts will...

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Up, up & away!

Up, up & away!

By Guest Blogger: Cassie Riddick Every year, travel nurses want to set out for popular destinations such as Orlando, Denver, and Oahu.  Some have been to these places many times and they are looking for another exciting adventure in a different locale. Even...

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The Ultimate How-To on a new Nursing License

The Ultimate How-To on a new Nursing License

Part of being a travel nurse (a large part even) is the exciting opportunities that open up for you in new and exotic locations.  Of course this is contingent upon having the ability to practice in whatever state you are planning to visit for the next 13 weeks.  Enter...

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5 times to call your Recruiter…NOW

5 times to call your Recruiter…NOW

Your Recruiter is there for you, at all times and for all reasons. Ideally, you have established a rapport and routine with your Recruiter at this point but if not, it’s a good idea to communicate expectations so that everyone wins in this relationship. Exactly when should a strong and self-sufficient travel nurse reach out to their company lifeline?

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