Annual Income of a Travel Nurse: 3 Real Testimonials

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Testimonials
Jeannie Dougherty

Annual Income of a Travel Nurse: 3 Real Testimonials

How much do nurses that work for Next Move earn annually? We spoke to 3 of our nurses who have worked multiple contracts with us over the past 2-years. Below we give you an outline of how much they earned in the last 12-months, what kind of hours they worked, how much time they took off, their travel nursing experience and what goals they were looking to meet.

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

True or False: Travel Nurses don’t receive any healthcare benefits?

One of the biggest misconceptions about travel nursing is that you have to fly solo when it comes to healthcare and benefits and things like 401Ks and we’re here to tell you: not true.

In addition to all the perks and benefits of being a travel nurse: higher pay, schedule flexibility, more nursing experience, travel nurses get a lot of the same traditional benefits staff nurses get such as health, vision, and dental insurance along with 401K benefits.

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Nursing Resume Tips
Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

Travel Nurse Resume Tips & FREE Template

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 likely make a connection with a travel nurse recruiter who will then represent you to secure those premier travel nursing assignments.

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

Travel Nurse Contracts in the Midwest. Nah?

Travel Nurse Contracts: 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

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

Travel Nursing Tips: What do Hospitals Look for?

Travel Nursing Tips Some of our aspiring travel nurses have one very simple question: What do hospitals look for in a travel nurse? Here are our travel nursing tips: Are travel nursing tips are as follows: Hospitals will of course want nurses that are up to date on all their credentialing and licensing (think BLS,

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Travel Nursing 101
Jeannie Dougherty

How to Get a Compact Nursing License

If you reside in a compact nursing state – and do not have a compact nursing 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 states

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Top Ten Tips & Resources for Finding Travel Nurse Housing

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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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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