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 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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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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What to Expect when Travel Nursing Aboard

We’re assuming you’ve read our piece on international travel nursing. Here’s a link to that post if you’d like to see what you should expect in a general sense. In this post, we’ll cover what you may encounter on a country by country basis. The United States isn’t the only country experiencing a nursing shortage, so …

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Nurses Need More Sleep

Travel nurses work a lot of long and late hours. Seventeen hour night shifts can happen, but working that many hours means that you can only get a total of seven hours sleep in a twenty-four hour period, and that’s only if you sleep in a bed at work. The National Sleep Foundation, who celebrate …

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Travel Nursing in the Virgin Islands

This cold weather has us thinking warm, sandy beaches. How about you? Relocating to the United States Virgin Islands as a travel nurse is easier than going to a foreign country because as long as you’re a United States citizen, you can move to the US Virgin Islands as if they’re another state. So that’s …

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International Travel Nursing

International travel nursing has grown in the past few years. We don’t expect the nursing shortage in the United States to end anytime soon, so traveling abroad appeals to a lot of nurses—and the fact that you get to see a different country doesn’t hurt either. But the desire to work in a foreign country …

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How to become a Travel Nurse

Some of our previous blog posts have covered some of the various steps to becoming a travel nurse, but for your convenience, we’ll give you quick overlook of what our other posts have covered. Education It may sound like a no brainer, but you do need to hold a degree in nursing to be a …

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4 Most Important Travel Nursing Requirements

So you want to be a travel nurse, but you don’t know what the requirements are. No problem. We’ll give you the skinny on what you need to have in order to travel the world. Job Experience Unfortunately, you won’t be able to work as a travel nurse fresh out of college. This may sound …

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Travel Nurses Make More Money

Many factors influence your decision when looking for a job, but let’s face it; pay has to be near the top or at the top of the list. And travel nurses make more money than their permanent placement counterparts. Travel nurses still get benefits (which vary from recruitment agency to recruitment agency), and they can …

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