Travel Nursing Questions and Answers

Travel Nursing Questions and Answers

Do you have any questions about travel nursing? I've compiled some of the most commonly asked questions and provided answers below. So many concerns and questions come up when considering travel nursing. Here you'll find common and specific ones to help get you started.

How to Write a Travel Nursing Resume

Being a professional nurse offers individuals the chance to work in many different environments. 

A  traveling nurse can also work in different locations for short contracts, offering healthcare to those in need. 

Because traveling nurses need certain experiences and licenses, it's helpful to showcase them in your traveling nurse resume.  

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about creating your resume :)  

Most Important Questions to Ask a Travel Nurse Recruiter

Travel nursing jobs are a great way to build career experience while getting paid to explore the United States. 

However, as with any other opportunity, they’re not all created equally! 

So, whether you’re a  seasoned traveler or about to embark on your first assignment as a traveler, here are the most important questions to ask a travel nurse recruiter.  

These questions will also show you know the difference between a great opportunity and a run-of-the-mill job. 

Ultimately, this should increase your chances of landing a dream job.

Travel Nursing: Fantastic Opportunity for Families

Travel nursing - it’s an exciting prospect for many nurses who are looking to spread their wings.  

But what if you’re married or have children? Is it still a possibility? 
Good news. Travel nursing can be a fantastic opportunity for families looking for adventure. 

Salute to all Nurses!

Salute to all Nurses! Have a great remainder of 2022 :)  

10 Items to Pack as a Travel Nurse

Are you getting ready to hit the road as a travel nurse? 

If so, you may have already started to stress about the decisions you'll need to make regarding what to take with you and what to leave at home.   

The task of packing for travel nurses is unique.  

You're not moving for good, but you're not going on a short vacation. 

Finding that middle ground requires some pointers from the experts and those who have gone before you. 

And it may take some practice to get it right.