Being a travel nurse comes with a lot of perks. You’re able to travel, meet new people and help patients who could get lost in the shuffle during nursing strikes or shortages. You are truly valuable to the patients and hospitals where you spend your time. With these perks come a lot of changes. Whether it be location, staff, patients or processes, you’re always on the move and switching the ways you approach your work.
Podcasts are changing the landscape of what we listen to and where we get our information – and they’re a great way for Travel Nurses to catch up on all their favorite topics like news, tv shows, celebrity gossip, fitness and cooking. It’s estimated that more than 67 million Americans listen to podcasts every month. That means almost 1 in 4 Americans are regular podcasters, compared with roughly 1 in 12 only 10 years ago. Podcasts are catching on and there truly is one (or several) out there for everyone.
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.