Ask a Travel Nurse Question: Do you have a list of options that you make sure you spell out on a contract, sort of a guide or checklist to follow to make sure that all your needs, issues and concerns are spelled out within your contract? Ask a Travel Nurse Answer: The things that you […]
Archive for July, 2010
If one thing that has been holding you back from taking the travel nursing plunge is wondering what your spouse or significant other will do to either keep busy or earn money while not having a permanent residence, don’t worry here are some cool job alternatives for then to check out. The possibilities range from […]
Here at Travel Nursing Blogs.com we are putting together a Travel Nursing Blog Carnival (kind of like Change of Shift, but focused on travel nursing). A blog carnival is a great way for you to promote your own blog and participate in the travel nursing blog community. But you don’t have to have a “travel […]
About a month ago I became aware of a social networking site for travelers. If you have been a travel nurse for about a second, you are aware of many websites that are geared toward travel nurses. However, most of these sites are run by the travel companies. To my knowledge, Healthcare Travelbook is the […]
Recycling is very much like reusing, except with the purpose of creating new stuff out of old stuff instead of wasting time, energy and useable resources like glass, plastic, aluminum, paper, and wood. By recycling we reduce the need for raw materials that make the products and things we can recycle.
There are so many factors to look at when you are evaluating travel nurse companies, this article is going to look at a more unique area to investigate. Travel Nursing Benefits If you have been looking into travel nursing you are probably aware of the standard benefits that many companies offer, such as: Health Insurance […]
Of course you can! According to The Humane Society of The United States, seventy-two percent of U.S. households own at least one dog or cat. Your travel nurse company should anticipate this request and understand that your four-legged friend plays a major role in the satisfaction of your stay. Tell your travel nurse housing provider […]
Last week I wrote about ways in which you can reduce energy use and other ways in which you can save yourself money and the planet while working your next travel nursing assignment . Today I will expand on ways you can be green by reusing, or repurposing items – taking a once useful item and using it again to suit your new need. It’s a lot easier than it sounds and all it takes is just a little creativity.
When it comes time to leave for your travel nursing job there can be a lot to remember to do. This list should help you from drowning in post-it-Notes. Mark the date on your calendar and work backwards to check off the things you are going to need to take care of before you leave. This […]
Being a travel nurse can really make living easy. Your housing is provided, your utility bills paid and you’re making great money. With all these wonderful benefits of travel nursing it can be easy to get carried away and live a frivolous life. That’s fine as long as you can afford to, but there are some matters in which you should really take a closer look at, more specifically what you waste.
Are you an expert in Travel, Nursing or a Healthcare related field? If you are, we are always looking for guest authors to share their expertise on our blog. Here is the criteria we are looking for: Articles about travel nursing career advice, lifestyle, finances, education, fitness and entertainment. Every article must relate to travel […]