Travel Nurse Assignments: The Choice is Yours
If you thought travel nursing was about packing your bags, taking an assignment in a new city and then moving on to a new assignment after 13 weeks, think again! There is much more to travel nursing than meets the eye.
Local travel assignments
You don't have to travel far to be a travel nurse. If you want to stay close to your family or friends, you can work as a travel nurse in your own hometown. Plus, you'll get to enjoy the many benefits that travel nursing offers. Find out more now.
If you're thinking about relocating but want to check out the area before making a permanent move, travel nursing could be the perfect solution. Plus, you'll enjoy free accommodations, assistance with moving expenses and many other great traveler benefits. Our partner site, NurseZone.com has an excellent relocation center, filled with tools and resources to help you with your relocation needs.
Long- and short-term assignment options
If you're looking for an alternative to 13-week assignments, you can choose to take shorter- or longer-term assignments through NurseChoice. NurseChoice offers 4- to 8-week assignments that offer top pay and comprehensive benefits. Learn more by visiting NurseChoice today.