New year, new adventure! We’re back with your next batch of adventures with Freedom Healthcare’s traveling nurse assignments for January! Start 2019 off right with a completely fresh location. Get ready for lots of interesting positions all over the country. Where will your next adventure take you?
With the new year quickly approaching, you may be considering a new travel assignment to kick off 2019. The best location for your next assignment will depend largely on your personal goals and what you are looking to get out of it.
As a travel nurse, you’re always trying to find the next adventure. But, do you know the best places to work when you’re looking for your next assignment? Broaden your horizons and discover your next adventure with this quiz!
With every New Year there are a lot of resolutions, and (like most) we’re good for maybe a week or so before we drop them. The hardest part about maintaining resolutions is thinking we can change course in our lives at a split second without doing any sort of planning ahead.
As a travel nurse, organization is essential. You have to keep your physical belongings together and your data/information stored. This is much harder to do during your daily routines. If your home is disorganized, your documents are scattered and your data/info is across multiple platforms, check out this list to stay organized!
Many people face the challenge of balancing the holidays with their work schedule, but travel nurses find themselves in this situation more often than most. Being on the road and away from your friends and family can make this time of year difficult.
Being a travel nurse has its benefits, especially if you have a multi-state nursing license. While it may ease the paperwork for transitions between Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC) states, only 29* states are currently participating in the multi-state licensure program. That means there are 21 other states you may have to research when looking at your next travel nursing assignment.
Diversity among nurses is on a slow up tic. Registered nurses in the US has long been dominated by mainly white women. And, there are more and more men becoming interested in the field and more diverse group of both men and women taking on the profession. Take a look at the breakdown of diversity in the nursing industry in this infographic:
What does the term “diversity” mean to you? How does it apply to your career as a nurse? As a traveling nurse? So many people talk about how diversity is a complicated topic, but the reality is the perceived complexities surrounding its issues are just that – perceived. Most diversity issues have a straightforward answer, and that’s to treat people like people and give everyone the respect, dignity and representation they deserve. For nursing, it’s no different.