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, 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. For Tori, the right place was easy: she knew she belonged in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Read more to learn how to become a NICU nurse and get a bonus insight into the life of a NICU travel nurse with Tori Meskin.
Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) nurses care for the smallest, most vulnerable patient population – infants. Find out more about what they do and what their job outlook is for the next decade.
Travel nursing is a lucrative healthcare career. Not only can it empower you to use your nursing skills to save lives across the country, but it provides countless opportunities for advancement. If you’re interested in a life of travel nursing, check out the top nursing certifications to give you the most options when it comes to the best travel nursing jobs.
Between travel logistics, employment paperwork, and taking care of patients, your time as a travel nurse is largely spoken for. When it comes to finding travel nurse housing during your job search, there are a lot of options, but they’re not all trustworthy or time-efficient. Here are the 12 best travel nurse housing sites to guide your search, conveniently grouped into categories to meet your needs.
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
In today’s competitive market for the best healthcare travel rates and locations, knowing how to negotiate travel nurse pay and other contract elements is key. Seasoned travel couple, Chase and Lindsay, otherwise known as @wereoutnabout, offer tried and true advice they’ve implemented when landing travel assignments. Here are their do’s and don’ts for how to negotiate travel nurse pay!
Over the past couple of years, travel nurses have made news headlines centered around their frontline efforts during a global pandemic, the nationwide nursing shortage, and how travel nurses can earn top-dollar salaries, as compared to their staff nurse counterparts. Now, if you’ve ever found yourself wondering how travel nurse pay works, you’ve come to the right place. How does travel nurse pay work? The pay structure for travel nurses How to boost travel nurse pay Travel nurse pay by state
You may have heard about caps on travel nurse pay and wondered what it means for your career. There’s a lot happening in federal and state governments that have many healthcare travelers concerned traveler pay rates will be lowered. Here’s what you need to know about what travel nurse pay caps are, the legislation on them, and what happens next. Note: The following information was up to date at the time of publication, but changes after the time of publication may impact the accuracy of the information. What is the travel nurse pay cap? Why cap travel nurse pay? Is Congress trying to cap travel nurses pay? What states are trying to cap travel nurse pay? What happens next with the cap on travel nurse pay?
Have you heard? Home health is on the rise! Home health care trends show a growth rate of 33% for home health jobs over the next decade. This demand will only continue to climb as the population of older Americans aged 60 years and older increases as one of the fastest-growing demographics in the country. Here’s how you can take advantage of this industry growth and get into the home health field!
The demand for home health is booming, and home health jobs are expected to skyrocket with it. This healthcare employment trend isn’t slowing down any time soon and it’s a great opportunity for healthcare travelers to put their service to good work. Here’s what you need to know about where home health is heading and how you can jump in as a traveler!