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4 Easy Travel Nursing Tips That Any Nurse Can Use

4 Easy Travel Nursing Tips That Any Nurse Can Use

Stay Healthy & Safe on the Go with These Travel Tips Working as a nurse can be draining, so if you’re also traveling for work, you need to take some extra precautions to make sure that you don’t wear yourself […]

The evolution of a travel nurse, as told by memes

The evolution of a travel nurse, as told by memes

If you’re thinking about becoming a travel nurse, then please be warned: This material will prompt strong feelings of introspection and fuel your appetite for adventure.

Advice for nurses interested in relocating

Advice for nurses interested in relocating

If you’ve ever considered moving to another state or becoming a travel nurse, these are some things you’ll want to know before taking the plunge!

Traveling Nurse

“For a Traveling Nurse, Freedom to Roam” – Did you read it?

Are you a travel nurse? Thinking about becoming one? Then this Q&A is a must-read!

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A “first day on the job” nurse checklist

Get an extra head start on your shift, always accounting for traffic. If you arrive early, you can walk around and get a feel for the unit…

4 simple tips for reducing your tax burden this year

4 simple tips for reducing your tax burden this year

Filing taxes isn’t kids play. And some nurses think it isn’t nurse’s play, either! Get a dose of clear and simple advice…

Strikes = opportunity for some nurses

Strikes = opportunity for some nurses

Nurses from around the country are crossing the picket line to work in Philadelphia. Are they mercenaries — or angels of mercy?

10 DOs and DON’Ts a travel nurse can teach us

10 DOs and DON’Ts a travel nurse can teach us

Yes, you’ll want to arrive with the right attitude and learn the names of your coworkers. But there are others you should meet, too, such as the maintenance people and the unit secretary….

More tax tips for travel nurses

More tax tips for travel nurses

The best way to make the most of your money is to get reimbursed for your expenses, and the best way to do that is to stay organized!

Second acts

Second acts

A Wall Street banker, a Buddhist monk, a flight attendant, an Army platoon leader, a television sitcom writer, an accountant and a teacher all have this in common: They found happiness and fulfillment by landing the role of a lifetime.

How nurses can help Haiti

How nurses can help Haiti

Volunteer, donate, get informed and everything else nurses will need to stay up-to-date on the Haiti earthquake.

Essential tax advice for travel nurses

Essential tax advice for travel nurses

Even if you have four different assignments in a year, we’ll help you get and stay organized.

4 essential financial tips for travel nurses

4 essential financial tips for travel nurses

Want to get the most out of every nickel? Streamline your finances when you’re at home or away on assignment.

How do I deal with a travel nurse?

Remember that the travel nurse is there to help. The sooner she feels welcome, the better.

Greetings from a travel nurse

Greetings from a travel nurse

We’ve asked travelers to keep in touch from the road and give us a taste of the globe trotting life. This week we received a postcard from an OB nurse on assignment in sunny California.