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Interest in travel nursing is growing at a rapid pace—the demand for travel nurses reached a 20-year high in 2015—and with it, so is the demand for high-quality information about the field. Though travel nursing is a fast-growing and popular industry, there is still surprisingly little information available online for those looking to become a…Read More

travel nurse pay rates

At TNAA, we receive a lot of questions about why we don’t make the pay rates for our travel nursing assignments available until a nurse applies with us. While we realize that most people would like to know how much a job pays before they apply, our motivation is simple – we’re looking out for…Read More


So, you’re having a great experience with your current travel nursing agency and feel confident. They assign you a recruiter who seems great at first until, one day, things start to go wrong. She stops answering your calls, seems disinterested when you catch up, and isn’t helping you prepare for your interviews. What happened and…Read More


Although some travel nurses have a long, successful career with just an Associate’s Degree in Nursing (ADN), more and more healthcare facilities are requiring any nurses interested in travel assignments to have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degree. While this is a great way to advance your nursing knowledge and increase your marketability…Read More

States with the Most Travel Nursing Jobs

Posted on April 26, 2017
States with Most Jobs

There are over 3 million active registered nurses in the U.S. alone[1], and the top three are located in opposite corners of the country. California, Florida and Texas top the charts when it comes to the number of RNs working in the state, but they are always looking for more. For every travel nurse looking…Read More


Let’s face it – getting your nursing license is not an easy task! With nursing school, the NCLEX and all the other requirements, getting licensed is a huge accomplishment. But fortunately, getting the additional licenses you need for your travel nursing career is much less difficult. With the proper planning and a little help from…Read More


San Francisco is one of the most popular cities in the U.S. The City by the Bay has a little bit of everything because it’s the cultural, commercial and financial center of northern California. This highly popular tourist destination has cool summers, foggy skies, beautiful architecture, the Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman’s Wharf. San Francisco…Read More

5 Nursing Specialties in High Demand

Posted on April 5, 2017

By the year 2024, the demand for nurses is expected to increase by 16 percent, which is much faster than the average for all occupations per the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). This is fueled by people living longer, growing chronic conditions and a growing emphasis on preventive care. To capitalize on this projected growth…Read More

ways to save for retirement as a travel nurse

Travel nursing is perfect for the wandering soul, but even the most adventurous spirits hope to settle into retirement someday. In order to accomplish this, many of years of planning and saving must be done, starting as soon as possible. And because travel nurses take a non-traditional career path, beginning and ending employer relationships more…Read More

Tips for Travel Nursing in California

Posted on March 15, 2017
tips for travel nursing in california

California, which has a population of 39 million people, is one of the most sought-after places to live. Films like the Oscar-winning La La Land show a place full of sunshine, big dreams and promise. It’s an attractive destination for travel nurses, too, but not only because of the Hollywood glamor. High pay and fair…Read More

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