Traveling to Enhance Your Career Opportunities
In today’s competitive job market, even nurses need to be on top of their game, professionally speaking. Travel nursing is a great career path for nurses looking to gain valuable clinical experience and can help take a career to the next level.
Telemetry RN Returns to Traveling after Nearly Two Decades
If you want to know what travel nursing was like in the 1980s, ask Donna Nash, RN. Nash, a current medical-surgical and telemetry nurse with travel nurse staffing company, American Mobile Healthcare, took her first assignment in 1987. “I had been a nurse in Kentucky for about a year and I wanted something different. I looked at traveling as an opportunity of a lifetime.”
Oh, the Places You Can Go!
From spending the summer at a rustic camp amid towering trees and sparkling lakes to gaining invaluable clinical experience at a facility on a Native American reservation, the places you can work at as a travel nurse are limitless.
Know Before You Go: Inside Tips for Travel Nurses
The paperwork is done, the travel nursing assignment is set and you’re ready to go. However, are you sure you’ve got everything? Seasoned travelers and recruiters speak out on what some brochures and checklists don’t tell you.
Traveling in an Uncertain Economy
Although no one can be certain about the future of the economy, we can all rest assured knowing that nurses will remain a vital part of the health care system. And, as a travel nurse, there are many things you can do to ensure you thrive in your career during this uncertain economic time.
Traveling to Expand Your Specialty Scope
Travel nursing is a great way to learn new skills and techniques while expanding clinical knowledge and expertise. In today’s economy, it is more important than ever that travel nurses are ready and willing to take on new skill sets and expand their current scope of expertise and practice.