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You became a professional healthcare worker for a reason, right? You probably have an intense passion for the wellbeing of others, the motivation to solve complex problems, and/or the ability to communicate and work with people from diverse backgrounds. But have you ever considered what it takes to be a healthcare traveler?
The demand for top-quality healthcare travelers continues to climb and Fusion Marketplace is keeping up with the ever-growing market. By strategically implementing features that simplify the job search, application, and hiring process for professional travelers in all divisions and specialties, Marketplace has helped revolutionize the healthcare staffing industry.
When it comes to finding your next healthcare travel job, you shouldn’t feel like you have to jump through rings of fire to apply for your ideal position. The perfect healthcare job opportunity is calling your name—now you must narrow down your options to find it.
It’s good to have options, especially as a professional healthcare traveler. Because finding that perfect travel job can be an unnecessary battle, an online platform—Fusion Marketplace—was developed to help professional healthcare travelers, staffing agencies, and healthcare facilities connect with each other. Currently, with more than 24,000 open travel job opportunities across multiple national staffing companies, Fusion Marketplace has options. In fact, Marketplace has more job options than it does travelers.
Take the plunge and change lives while you experience new places and people as a healthcare traveler. As a professional healthcare worker, you already know the value and importance of the industry, so why not merge your career with a travel lifestyle to live the best of both worlds and help more people in more locations across the country?
“Patients don’t know who we are or what we do, but they trust everyone in the room to take care of them,” said Stephanie Allen, surgical technology instructor at Herzing University. “I take pride in knowing that a patient trusts me to do my job well and to be their advocate.”