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Taking the leap into the healthcare travel lifestyle is an adjustment, to say the least. From packing up and moving every 13 weeks to new technology to learn, life as a professional traveler is full of constant change and adventure.
Your voice matters and deserves to be heard. Now, Fusion Marketplace is making it easier than ever to share your experiences with the capability to rate healthcare staffing recruiters on a five-point star scale, plus the option to include a personalized recruiter review. But what does that mean for professional healthcare travelers?
Healthcare burnout is like the poisoned apple of the healthcare industry. It seeps into your personal and professional life and leaves you feeling mentally, emotionally, and physically depleted. According to Healthline, burnout is a state of “mental and physical exhaustion that can zap the joy out of your career, friendships, and family interactions.”
You became a professional healthcare worker for a reason, right? You probably have an intense passion for the well-being 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?
You have enough to manage as a professional— don’t let housing be one of them. Fusion Marketplace was developed for healthcare workers to gain full control of their travel career and easily find their perfect travel assignment and staffing agency. Partnering with nationwide healthcare staffing agencies with flexible housing options, Fusion Marketplace lets you choose what’s best for you. Whether you prefer a fully furnished downtown apartment or an oceanside retreat, Fusion Marketplace empowers you to find the home-sweet-home that best suits you.
Professional healthcare workers have been instrumental in the lives of Americans since before the country was formerly established. Dating back to the 19th Century, travel healthcare professionals have ventured near and far to provide patient care and save lives.