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Travel Nurse Stories: They Have Banks of Recruiters

“Every time I call my travel company, I get a different recruiter.” Many travel nursing companies have banks of recruiters. They are mandated to make a certain number of calls per day and to recruit a designated number of nurses each month. It’s a tough job and, if they don’t produce the right results, they … Continue reading Travel Nurse Stories: They Have Banks of Recruiters

For #NursesWeek We Salute Our Fantastic Team of Travel Nurses

#NursesWeek: We Salute Our Fantastic Team of Travel Nurses

Every year from May 6 to May 12 we celebrate National #NursesWeek with the 6th being designated National Nurses Day. This has been a time-honored week and day since 1974 when it was moved from the original October to be celebrated around the birthday of Florence Nightingale, who, as you know, is considered the founder … Continue reading #NursesWeek: We Salute Our Fantastic Team of Travel Nurses

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Travel Nurse Stories: Evicted

“The landlord told me I need to get out of my apartment. What can I do?” A travel nurse, who had worked for us in the past, called us with this question. She had taken a contract assignment in another state through another travel company. After being at the facility for about two months, she … Continue reading Travel Nurse Stories: Evicted

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But She Said She Was a Nurse

Frankly we were appalled when we read the article on Samantha Rivera, who said she was a nurse, and worked for a 13-week contract assignment through a staffing agency at a St. Louis Hospital – and in the ICU! Her contract wasn’t extended and she applied at another staffing company. Thankfully, they were astute enough … Continue reading But She Said She Was a Nurse

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7 Lucky Charms for Travel Nurses

When we say Lucky Charms do you instantly think of that wonderful breakfast cereal with the marshmallow treats in it? Well, obviously, we did. But there are lots of things that are considered lucky charms – like a rabbit’s foot, four-leaf clover, the number seven, a rainbow and so many more. But, did you know … Continue reading 7 Lucky Charms for Travel Nurses