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In case you hadn’t heard, the healthcare staffing industry is booming. In fact, employment in the healthcare industry is predicted to grow by 16 percent between 2020 and 2030, adding 2.6 million more jobs than any other occupational category in that time.
It’s that time of the year again—tax season. Taxes can be a headache for anyone, especially healthcare travelers who face a more complicated tax situation. Since you may work in multiple states throughout the year, you could have multiple W-2 forms to file, plus non-taxable reimbursements to submit, and then some.
Whether you’re new to the healthcare travel life or you’re a seasoned traveler, you shouldn’t just accept the first travel job offer you receive. As a professional, you’re hot in demand and deserve the best of the best. The next time a job offer comes around, make sure you thoroughly evaluate the opportunity to make sure you’re happy with the fine print. Here’s how.
What if there was a way to decrease the amount of time it took for you to find your next healthcare travel job? Imagine what you could do with all the extra time you’d get back.
Did you know it takes employers less than five minutes with your resume to decide if they want you? It’s a shockingly short amount of time to showcase your skills, knowledge, and expertise. So, with less than five minutes on the clock, here are five easy ways you can spruce up your healthcare resume.
From a global pandemic, natural disasters, and general life events, 2021 has been a year for the books. In February 2021, Fusion Marketplace made its grand debut as the industry’s first traveler-driven job platform. Let’s rewind to take a look at the first year of Fusion Marketplace.
Your professional resume as a healthcare traveler gets around. But have you ever thought about what happens to your resume after you click apply on a job posting?
Did you know that 60 percent of the healthcare industry is made up of allied healthcare professionals? These allied professionals—techs, occupational therapists (OTs), physical therapists (PTs), and more—are fundamental to the U.S. healthcare industry and now in even more demand than ever before.