Travel Nursing in New York

When most people think of New York, they think the Big Apple. And why not? New York City has world-class landmarks, dining, theater, museums, and more activities than you could ever finish in the longest of travel nursing assignments. But while there’s plenty of travel nursing jobs in New York City, there’s a whole state …

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Travel Nursing in Texas

To say that there’s a lot to see in Texas would be an understatement. You have the bayou along the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico, the Great Plains in the panhandle, the Chihuahuan Desert in the west, and the mountains near the Rio Grande. Texas has everything, including a lot of top-notch, populous …

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Travel Nursing in Washington

You’ll find adventure anywhere in Washington state. From the Cascades in the north and west, to the high desert in the south and east, and the lush Yakima Valley in between, Washington offers a wild west to explore. You can climb Mount Rainer one day and then attend a concert at the Gorge Amphitheatre in …

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Why Do Male Nurses Make More Money Than Female Nurses?

Male nurses make $5,100 more annually on average than their female colleagues, according to a report that gages census reports from 1988-2013. While plenty of reports have suggested a pay gap in the last decade, this new study is the first to have measured gender disparities in pay among nurses over time. It states that …

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Travel Nursing in New Mexico

You’ll find enchantment in New Mexico. With plenty of national parks, forests, and monuments, every day is an adventure, but its climate attracts numerous retirees, which means plenty of job opportunities for travel nurses. And yet, New Mexico is one of the least densely populated states. Most people live in one of several metropolitan areas. …

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Find a travel nursing home with Airbnb

Some of you may have heard of airbnb.com but for those of you who haven’t, it’s a new website dedicated to matching fully furnished lodging with the renters who’ll use them. These rental properties may be entire houses, shared rooms or a private room in the lender’s house. Even though the site’s less than seven …

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Travel Nursing in Colorado

Colorado is another great state with which to travel nurse because you can beat the heat. You’d be surprised how many folks will travel to Florida—or some other warm locale—during the winter months and then migrate to cooler climates like Colorado during the summer. As such, you’ll find plenty of seasonal work in the Rocky …

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Tips for travel nurses to reduce stress

Nursing causes stress, but traveling and nursing causes even more stress. As a travel nurse you’ll have to take care of yourself and manage your stress level. There are several ways to accomplish this but here are some basic ways of doing so and a product that works wonders. Exercise I don’t always get enough …

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Do Doctors Fear Nurse Practitioners?

Two states consider either modifying doctor oversight for nurse practitioners or getting rid of the oversight requirement altogether. Both Nebraska and South Carolina have seen an increase of nurse practitioners striking out on their own in recent years, mostly because of an abundance of rural areas. Due to increased workload and less pay, doctors tend …

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Travel Nursing Near Orlando… Florida

Similar to Arizona, Florida sees a lot of retirees and they need a lot of travel nurses as a result. I envy the birds flying south for the winter—many of them head to Florida—so how could I blame travel nurses and the patients they serve from doing the same. You don’t just have the retirees …

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