A Travel Nurse’s First Hand Experience Working During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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Jeannie Dougherty

Hayley Long, RN: At Exactly 4:51pm, Life as I Knew It, Changed Forever

Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve had the opportunity to speak with a couple of operating room (OR) RNs about their different experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. As many of you know, in and around February/March most elective surgeries across the country were cancelled or postponed in order to conserve resources for an expected

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

How to Pay Off Your BSN in Just Over One Year

One of the bonuses of being a travel nurse is that you make a bit more money than your standard staffing job. But why listen to us? Let’s hear from a traveler who paid off his student loans in just over 1 year. Meet: Andrew Leshin. Andrew Leshin, RN, BSN, CCRN     Andrew Leshin, one

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

How to Make a Travel Nurse Resume + A Real-Life Sample Resume

One of the best ways to differentiate yourself from all other nurse travelers is to fine tune your nursing resume in order to help your recruiters submit you for assignments in a faster, more effective way. Unlike staff nursing – where you are your own representative – in the world of travel you will most

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The Complete Guide to Nursing Compact States 2022

  Nursing Compact States: Defined The Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC) formally known as the Nursing License Compact (NLC) was set-up to allow Registered Nurses (RNs) to obtain one license to work in multiple states. Commonly referred to as a multi-state license, RNs can work in any state that is a part of the compact

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