Dozens of nurses over the years have come to me curious about how I make this travel nursing thing work and the common sentiment amongst nurses on why they don’t consider letting go of their staff positions and jumping into the world of travel is: FEAR. All caps.
17 Tips for a First Time Travel Nurse
Spring is here and summer is just around the corner, and we’ll be damned if there isn’t a better place in all of the United States to be – than in the Midwest during what we consider the most wonderful time of the year. Here are all the reasons why the Midwest is superior. You’ll
Some of our aspiring travel nurses have one very simple question: What do hospitals look for in a travel nurse? And we have a simple answer: Hospitals will of course want nurses that are up to date on all their credentialing and licensing (think BLS, ACLS) Hospitals seek nurses that have at least 2 recent
If you reside in a compact nursing state – and do not have a nursing compact license – what you may not know is how easy it is to get! Back in 2017, the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC) was implemented and now encompasses 34 states, making it incredibly easy for nurses to practice in
If you’ve ever seen any of our job posts on social media, then you have seen the term “tax-free travel stipend.” But have you ever wondered what that actually was and/or entailed? We’re here to break it down for you quick and easy: Travel Stipend Break-Down A travel stipend is tax-free and is not counted