Nurse Interview Questions: How to make sure the job is right for YOU

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

Nurse Interview Questions: How to make sure the job is right for YOU

What many of us tend to forget, is that an interview goes both ways. Of course, you’re interviewing for a travel assignment you’re interested in and hope to get – but don’t forget – you’re also interviewing the hospital to see if what they have meets YOUR expectations. Below we get into all the things

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

How to Become a Travel Nurse. Easier Than You Think.

  What are Travel Nurses? Travel nurses are super cool RNs who are looking to get out the daily rut and frustrations associated with staff nursing. They’re looking to make more money, have more schedule flexibility – and more time for themselves.  Travel Nurses are hired by hospitals through travel nurse agencies to fulfill nursing

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

Experiencing Nurse Burnout and Feeling Underpaid

Combat “nurse burnout” by taking control of your nursing career Travel Nurses Combat Nurse Burnout with a Yearly Salary of $150K  How much you earn each year as a registered nurse will largely depend on your degree, certifications, the State in which you work, how many years of experience you have and what your nursing

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

5 Insanely Good Reasons to Become a Travel Nurse

While you’ll be performing the same job as you have been for however long you’ve been a nurse – you’ll just be doing it in brand new hospitals, with brand new colleagues in brand new cities and towns across the country. Not to state the obvious: there are 5 major differences between travel and staff nursing.

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

7 Childcare Solutions for Nurses Who Work Beyond the 9 to 5

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.

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Entertainment
Jeannie Dougherty

Freebies & Discounts for Nurses

You may have heard (several months ago) of various retailers offering discounts for nurses. Doing their best to thank nurses and other frontline workers for all their hard work and dedication during the COVID-19 pandemic.   You may also know that as the pandemic has started to become more and more manageable – many of

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Market Updates
Jeannie Dougherty

When Lives Are On The Line & Nurse Burnout Is Real

There isn’t a job on the planet that’s 100% “stress-free.” For those of us who don’t work in health care – you’ll often hear the joke: “at least nobody died” or “it’s not brain surgery”. That’s because the daily decisions most of us make at work have exactly zero impact on whether someone lives or dies. For registered nurses: The exact opposite is true.

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Testimonials
Jeannie Dougherty

Traveling Nurse Stories: A Cut Pension Led to Travel

A Traveling Nurse Talks About Her Experience: Welcome to “Travel Nurse Interviews,” a series where we introduce you to some of the travel nurses that work for Next Move Inc. Here our travel nurses will give you a little first-hand insight into why they made the switch from staff to travel nursing, what it’s been

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