So what is a travel nurse?
A travel nurse is a skilled healthcare professional who takes assignments in hospitals, clinics, or other healthcare facilities for short-term staffing needs. From rural areas to busy cities, travel nurses can be assigned anywhere in the US and even in other countries. In this infographic, we discuss a few different segments of travel nursing, and answer some of the most commonly asked questions!
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Travel nursing has become a staple in the healthcare field, as there is a nationwide shortage of nurses. Nursing shortages occur thanks to seasonal challenges (flu season), changes in clinical/ specialty-related needs, or in response to rare catastrophes (such as earthquakes or events like COVID-19).
Amidst a nationwide shortage of nursing, travel nursing has become an appealing career choice for both full and part-time nurses. Like any other career, the field has pros and cons. It is up to each individual, in their unique circumstances, to decide if travel nursing is right for them.
Judge Healthcare’s team of talented healthcare recruiters have a full understanding of what travel nurses value throughout the job search and make sure to handle all of the work to make the process as easy as possible, while also finding you the right assignment. Contact a dedicated travel nurse recruiter today.
Happy National Nurses Week!
Nurses are the backbone of healthcare organizations worldwide, providing essential care, comfort, and expertise to patients in a variety of settings. Their role extends far beyond administering medications and conducting procedures; nurses also serve as advocates, educators, and emotional support providers.
Tax Season Tips for Travel Nurses
To help make this tax season less frustrating for travel nurses, we’ve gathered six tips for the 2023 tax season. Read on to find out how to make your 2022 tax filings simpler and understand topics like travel nurse tax homes.
Adjusting to Your Next Travel Nursing Assignment: 5 Tips
As a travel nurse, being away from home, or not having a permanent home, and thrust into a new environment can be a lot to handle. Thankfully, there are many ways to make the transition a bit easier.