Most travel nurses do not work a traditional 9 to 5 schedule. The average travel nursing shift is 12-hours long. There are usually three types of shifts: If you have small children, and most daycare facilities do not offer extended hours, what are your childcare options? Here we list 7 creative childcare solutions for nurses who wish to travel, but have children under 5-years of age.
7 Childcare Solutions for Nurses Who Work Beyond the 9 to 5
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
Travel nurses filing their taxes for the tax year will need to take the current year’s new tax laws into consideration before they file. On
As a first-time travel nurse, about to start their first assignment – what are some travel nursing tips to help you be your best prepared self? What can you expect on your first travel nurse assignment? How can you get a head start before your assignment begins? What can you do to ensure everything goes