Can LPNs travel nurse? Meet Samantha, an LPN traveler.

Samantha, LPN
Testimonials
Jeannie Dougherty

Can LPNs travel nurse? Meet Samantha, an LPN traveler.

Interviews with Travel Nurses: Welcome to “Travel Nurse Interviews,” a series where we introduce you to some of the travel nurses that work for Next Move Inc.  This week we’d like to introduce you to Samantha D, an LPN with a specialty in neurology, over 4-years of experience who has been traveling for the last

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Samantha CCU
Testimonials
Jeannie Dougherty

Travel Nurse Interviews: Samantha, CCU-RN

“I think I made the switch from staff to travel nursing as a direct result of the Covid-19 pandemic. When covid hit – my mental health was at an all-time low. At that time, I really felt like I had lost a lot of control over many things in my life. So when I started

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Jessica Hume
Testimonials
Jeannie Dougherty

Travel Nurse Interviews: Jessica, ICU RN

The thing that sold me on Next Move was knowing that many of the recruiters are former travel nurses themselves. They really know firsthand what to look for and ask for when signing a contract and could preempt any sort of hiccup a first time traveler might experience.

~Jessica, ICU RN

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

True or False: Travel Nurses Treated Poorly?

We recently surveyed all our Next Move nurses to get a feel, in real-time, of what they love about travel nursing, what they hate, and what we as the best travel nurse agency in the Midwest, can do to help.

The survey brought some insight to the team and we’d like to address it with you directly today:

Are travel nurses treated poorly by hospital staff?

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travel nurse housing
Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

Finding Travel Nurse Housing: Springfield, Missouri

Because of a sense of loyalty I felt to my hospital, which had given me so much over the last few years, I stayed onboard. But after about 8-months I decided I had fulfilled my duty to my hospital, and it was time to go learn something new – so I signed up with Next Move as a travel nurse and have never looked back.

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

Travel Nursing Tips: Block Scheduling?

Many of our nurses will make the request (and prefer for obvious reasons), block scheduling.  A lot of hospitals will grant travel nurses this type of schedule, and some will not. 

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How to Get a California Nursing License

Next Move is thrilled to announce we’ve expanded and are now staffing in the great state of  C-A-L-I-F-O-R-N-I-A! Yahoo! If you don’t hold a California nursing license – it can take anywhere from 5-15 weeks  to obtain a California Nursing License (depending on the type of license you desire) – and there is no time

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Overworked & Underpaid? Average RN Salary by State

  It’s no secret that a growing number of nurses are feeling overworked and underpaid and record numbers of RNs are leaving the profession all together. But have you ever wondered what the average RN salary was?  Feeling overworked & underpaid? Travel nurses make $150K a year on AVERAGE How much you earn each year

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