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As a healthcare traveler, it’s easy to feel disconnected from the political landscape of your home state. Because you work in a different state or region, the idea of participating in local elections may seem irrelevant or unnecessary. However, voting is important for healthcare travelers. Not only is it a civic duty, it has a direct impact on your professional and personal life. Here, we'll explore why it's crucial for healthcare travelers to exercise their right to vote, even when they are not working in their home state. We will also provide a step-by-step guide on how to vote as a healthcare traveler, ensuring that your voice is heard, and your interests are represented. The importance of voting How to vote as a healthcare traveler
Are you a traveling healthcare worker looking for specialized job opportunities? Look no further! We staff a wide range of specialties on our platform, including occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, pediatric RNs, behavioral health RNs, social workers, registered respiratory therapists, and ultrasound technicians. Here are the top 8 high-demand specialty jobs for traveling healthcare workers: Physical therapists and physical therapist assistants Occupational therapists and certified occupational therapist assistants Speech-language pathologists Behavioral health RNs Pediatric RNs Social workers Registered respiratory therapists and certified respiratory therapists Ultrasound technicians
Social workers are one of many unsung heroes in the healthcare industry. They are also one of the most in-demand jobs. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for social worker jobs is expected to increase by 9% from 2021 to 2031, which is higher than the national average. That means there will be plenty of travel social work jobs for workers to choose from in locations all over the U.S. Social workers help vulnerable people and communities work through challenges while handling case management and serving as their advocates for social and economic justice.
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 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.