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Times are evolving in the healthcare industry. While office visits were once an individual’s only option for care, telehealth technology has made its way into the lives of patients across the globe, increasing healthcare affordability, accessibility, and demand.
It’s that time of the year again—tax season. Taxes can be a headache for anyone, especially healthcare travelers who face a more complicated tax situation. Since you may work in multiple states throughout the year, you could have multiple W-2 forms to file, plus non-taxable reimbursements to submit, and then some.
Did you know it takes employers less than five minutes with your resume to decide if they want you? It’s a shockingly short amount of time to showcase your skills, knowledge, and expertise. So, with less than five minutes on the clock, here are five easy ways you can spruce up your healthcare resume.
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.
From a global pandemic, natural disasters, and general life events, 2021 has been a year for the books. In February 2021, Fusion Marketplace made its grand debut as the industry’s first traveler-driven job platform. Let’s rewind to take a look at the first year of Fusion Marketplace.
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.
Your professional resume as a healthcare traveler gets around. But have you ever thought about what happens to your resume after you click apply on a job posting?
With so many job options, it can be difficult to know what to look for in a travel assignment and travel nurse recruiter. As a professional, you have a personal list of must-haves, but then, there are so many myths about healthcare travel and travel nursing problems circulating on the web, it can be hard to know what’s important in a job and what’s not. To help make your decision easier, check out these top six red flags to look for when in search of your next travel job and staffing recruiter.
Imagine life as a travel nurse. Between each assignment, you’re required to carry a massive binder full of 50 individual licenses that allow you to practice in each U.S. state—seems like a lot.
They say that hindsight is 20/20. And that’s true, even when it comes to your travel career. How did you get into the travel nursing career? How can you start travel nursing? If you could go back in time and give your past-self career advice, what would it be?