Your Work History

Posted on January 8, 2013
Work History

A consistent, positive work history is the key to building a strong travel nursing career. One of the most important things you’ll need to develop your resume is references from past supervisors. Before you begin a travel nursing assignment, think about how you want your supervisor to evaluate you in the following areas after the…Read More

Tips for Handling Stress

Posted on January 8, 2013
Stress

We know nursing can be extremely stressful, especially with the nursing shortage the profession has experienced over the last decade. Nurses are caregivers by nature, and they tend to put their needs on the backburner. Not managing your stress can not only take a toll on your personal and professional life, it can also be…Read More

Travel Nurse Housing

Posted on January 8, 2013
About Your Housing

One of the most important things to consider when thinking about a travel nursing career is where you’ll sleep at night. It may seem impossible to find safe, comfortable private housing in an unfamiliar city, but it can be done with the right amount of planning and preparation. At TNAA, our experienced housing specialists walk…Read More

Staff Nurse

The rumors are true. Many travel nursing jobs will land you in high profile destinations with a nice apartment and benefits. You may find yourself kicking back in a lounge chair on the Florida coast, hiking the snow-capped mountains of Colorado, exploring the natural wonders of California or hitting the nightlife of New York City.…Read More

Meeting Quality Assurance Requirements

Posted on January 8, 2013
Meeting QA Req

After you’ve interviewed and gotten the offer for a great travel nursing job, it would seem like the hard part is over, but there’s still a long way to go. Now begins the race to meet your quality assurance requirements before your assignment start date. At Travel Nurse Across America, we assign each nurse a…Read More




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