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Travel nursing allows you freedom to work when and where you want. And with a compact nursing license, you can practice in 36 states without having to obtain new licensure. Talk about freedom! Here’s what you need to know about compact nursing licenses, what states qualify, how to get one, and more! What is a compact nursing license? Why is the nurse licensure compact important for nurses? What states are in the nursing compact? How do I apply for a compact state nursing license? What are different moving scenarios? Other compact nursing license FAQs
It’s true that not all heroes wear capes. Instead, some wear scrubs—like nurses. Nurses are everyday heroes who use their healthcare talent and passion for people to make our world a better place. From critical care to labor and delivery to neonatal care and more, registered nurses (RNs) can choose from a myriad of nursing specializations that will help them gain the knowledge and experience to save countless lives across the country.
If you’ve ever worked a shift in an emergency room (ER), then you know the light hum of ventilation units, the rhythmic beep of a patient’s vital signs, and the echoes of pacing footsteps. While the beeps, buzzes, and hums of the emergency room may spook some, they’re just the comforting sounds of another day for an ER RN.
The new year is full of joyful resolutions, personal goals, and fresh career opportunities on Fusion Marketplace. With 2022 sneaking around the corner, take a peek at the top 10 high-paying travel jobs to start your new year.
Rawsi Williams, U.S. Army Veteran, licensed attorney, and registered nurse (RN) with more than 20 years of healthcare experience said, “To do what nobody else will do, in a way that nobody else can do, in spite of all we go through, that is what it is to be a nurse.”