Fun Ways to Spend Holidays Away From Home

Posted on November 22, 2017
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The holiday season is usually filled with joy, good cheer and lots of quality time with your family and friends.  When you’re a travel nurse, however, the absence of familiar faces can really put a damper on your good spirits — especially if you’re in a new town with nowhere to go. Instead of lounging…Read More


Keeping up to date on licensure requirements is an important part of every nurse’s career, and is particularly important for traveling nurses because they practice in several different states. Fortunately, the enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC) has been developed to make meeting licensure requirements in multiple states easier for all nurses. Under the eNLC, nurses can…Read More

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Known as Queen City, Charlotte, North Carolina, is one of the friendliest cities in the United States thanks to that all-important southern charm. Although there is plenty to do within the city limits — the US National Whitewater Center, Freedom Park and even an amusement park — sometimes you just need to get out and explore.…Read More

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The United States has some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world with its snowcapped mountains, rolling plains, pristine beaches and dusty deserts, but one of the most spectacular sights is the annual changing of the leaves. It’s a sight that can even be seen from space — NASA even has a webpage dedicated…Read More

Taking a Closer Look at Travel Nurses

Posted on October 25, 2017
Taking a Closer Look
Tips for Transitioning From Staff RN to Travel Nurse

If you’ve got the travel bug and just so happen to be a nurse, there is an adventure waiting out there for you: travel nursing. While it may seem strange to transition from a hospital or practice in which you’ve been working for months or even years — all with the same colleagues and same…Read More

Keys to a Successful Start in Travel Nursing

The nursing job of your dreams awaits. It’s one that pays well, allows you to travel, meet new people, gain new experiences and avoid hospital politics. Are you ready to sign up? If this sounds like the nursing job for you, you just might be America’s next travel nurse. But wait! What do you need…Read More

Test Kitchen

We’ve decided to test out some creative, easy to prepare recipes in the kitchen of our home office to see if we recommend them for our travel nurses. We’ll feature a new recipe each month that we’ve prepared in our very limited kitchen and had our employees test and rate. We’ll also show you unedited…Read More

What’s Next After Travel Nursing?

Posted on July 19, 2017

Travel nursing is a rewarding career that can change the course of your life. Many nurses who have worked in the same hospital for decades and want a change of pace turn to travel nursing to shake things up and see different places. Some nurses who are just a few years into their careers who…Read More


Boston is a city with so much to do — see historical sites, walk bustling city streets, cheer at Fenway Park — that one can never tire of exploring its avenues. The big, modern buildings are contrasted by cobblestoned pathways, and the seafood in the Seaport District is legendary. Boston, with all its charm, also…Read More

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