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In February alone, employers added 678,000 more jobs for hire, with the majority of them in the leisure, hospitality, and healthcare industries, according to the Washington Post. The unemployment rate even dropped to 3.8 percent, which is just a hair off from pre-pandemic rates at 3.5 percent. The U.S. job market is booming. But why doesn’t it feel like it?
Finding talent in this modern world can present many challenges for employers. Especially for those in the healthcare industry, like staffing agencies and healthcare facilities. While the U.S. continues to face a shortage in healthcare professionals—nurses, lab workers, therapy workers, and more—healthcare recruiting is becoming more and more difficult and costly for employers to keep up with.
What’s your preferred method of applying for jobs? Is it the old-fashioned way with pen and paper? Or are you part of the 58 percent of job seekers who rely on online job platforms, like Fusion Marketplace?
Here you are, mindlessly staring at a screen, wondering how you’re going to find your next healthcare travel job. Well, lucky for you, there’s an easier, more efficient, and all-around better way to job hunt. Best of all, you can search, compare, and apply for jobs all in one convenient location. But how?! The answer: with Fusion Marketplace.
It’s no fun not knowing. Especially when it comes to the important details like what agency you’ll work with, how much you’ll get paid, where you’ll take your healthcare skills, and who you’ll help.
Although the demand for travel nurses and allied health travelers continues to climb, it can still feel like you have to bend over backwards to find a travel job that piques your interest. Now, Fusion Marketplace is here to take over the hard work for you. And to make it even easier, you can implement these helpful habits into your job search process. But do so at your own risk! You may be surprised at how effective they are:
Travelers, you know that speedy placement is the sweet spot for your healthcare career. Typically, landing that new travel assignment requires some big efforts on your part, all while not knowing the details upfront.
It takes a special kind of someone to care for patients through their final moments. And these particular heroes are called hospice nurses.
Starting something new or something unknown can bring up feelings of anxiety. Remember that feeling you’d get in the pit of your stomach when you were a kid and the first day of school was approaching? What will you wear? Who will you sit with at lunch? What will your teacher be like? The veil of questions that washed over you as you replayed that first day over and over in your head. And sometimes, that’s how it feels before you start a new travel assignment—like you're out of your element.
Taking the leap into the healthcare travel lifestyle is an adjustment, to say the least. From packing up and moving every 13 weeks to new technology to learn, life as a professional traveler is full of constant change and adventure.