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Life: 13 Weeks at a Time – as a Travel Nurse
Working as a Travel Nurse, the majority of our life is planned out in 13-week blocks. Whether we are planning for the “during an assignment” or the “between assignments,” we ...
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What Your Travel Nurse Recruiter Wants/Needs/Expects From You
Learning what your travel nurse recruiter wants/need/expect is an important aspect of building a mutually beneficial relationship.  Just as it’s important for our recruiters to know what we are looking for ...
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5 Tips To Help Travel RNs Survive Working Night Shift
This article was provided by TNAA. For many travel nurses, working the night shift is a way of life.  Some natural “night owl” travel RNs make this transition very easy ...
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Top Healthcare Traveling Myths
Traveling. The word itself has so many stereotypes and misconceptions, especially when it comes to healthcare traveling. I want to bring light to a few of those misconceptions, so more people ...
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Top 5 Tips For Dealing With Difficult Patients While Travel Nursing
Dealing with difficult patients is a skill. Whether you are new to the nursing scene, or a seasoned vet, you know that there are just some patients that push you ...
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Understanding the Bill Rate
All of your compensation and the companies expenses/profits will come from one thing; The Bill Rate.  A bill rate is the amount contracted for the hospital to pay the agency ...
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5 Tips for Finding Short Term Travel Nurse Furnished Housing
Whether you’re an experienced travel nurse, or you’re planning your first travel experience, after you take that job, there’s one decision that can make or break your assignment; furnished travel nurse ...
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Travel Nurse Housing: Where am I going to Live?
3 Travel Nurse Housing Options Travel Nurse Housing Tax Implications It’s important to understand that no matter which housing option you opt for, you must have a valid tax-home to ...
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Christmas Alone? How to Make it a Little Less Lonely.
What to do when spending Christmas Alone? Many of us feel a need to be with family and friends. Whether you are a new Gypsy or a seasoned Gypsy, we ...
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