TravelNursing

 
January 30, 2014
In this Issue
  Travel Nursing Feature
- 14 Ways Travel Nursing in 2014 Can Advance Your Career
  Stories from the Road
- New Technologies Can Be Welcome News to Travel Nurses
- How Low Should You Go? Understanding Taxable Travel Nurse Pay
 
  News for Nurses
- The Pros and Cons of Working on Your Feet
- Caring for Developmentally Disabled Patients
 
  Ask the Travel Expert
- Is It Hard to Obtain a Nurse License in Multiple States?
  And more

 
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Travel Nursing Feature  
14 Ways Travel Nursing in 2014 Can Advance Your Career   14 Ways Travel Nursing in 2014 Can Advance Your Career
One of the significant draws to travel nursing is the opportunity to see and experience new places. Beyond the glamour of travel, however, new work experiences can also broaden and add depth to your résumé, allowing you to take your nursing career to the next level.
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These positions provide an example of where you can go, what you can earn and how much you can discover as a travel nurse. Our staffing partners are now booking for winter and spring assignments, so don't delay!
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ICU: California
Rate $34 & great benefits*
13-week assignments
MS: Michigan
Rate $31 & great benefits*
8-week assignments
Telemetry: Nevada
Rate $30 & great benefits*
13-week assignments
CVICU: Arizona
Rate $35.50 & great benefits*
13-week assignments
ICU: New York
Rate $34.41 & great benefits*
16-week assignments

*Our travel partners offer a daily meal & incidental allowance. Your pay package includes a tax-exempt component in addition to a set pay rate. Ask your recruiter for more details once you apply.
 
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Looking Ahead
The next issue of Travel Nursing will focus on
Preparing for Your Travel Assignment Interview
 
 
 
New Year, New Nursing Career!
 
New Year, New Nursing Career!
Are you interested in gaining experience and honing your nursing skills at top facilities around the country? TravelNursing.com can make it happen. Read more
 
Stories from the Road  
New Technologies Can Be Welcome News to Travel Nurses
Tablets, smartphones, electronic medical records and other new technologies have permeated many nurses' professional and personal lives, yet some nurses still find the transformation to a digital world difficult. Embracing new technologies can benefit the travel nurse.
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How Low Should You Go? Understanding Taxable Travel Nurse Pay
Nurses have a lot to consider when they are reviewing contracts from travel nurse agencies, not the least of which is the hourly pay rate. How that pay rate is constructed is also important. For instance, what portion is taxable pay compared to nontaxable reimbursements and subsidies?
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News for Nurses  
The Pros and Cons of Working on Your Feet
Nurses experience aching feet and tired muscles from working on their feet for extended periods, but researchers at Cornell say that sitting too long also causes problems and can even shorten life expectancy. Experts offer tips to make the best of nurses' physically-demanding jobs.
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Caring for Developmentally Disabled Patients
Millions of children are born with developmental disabilities and, with modern medical advances, are living long into adulthood. They face many of the same diseases as the general population, as well as comorbidities related to their condition.
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Ask the Travel Expert  
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Is It Hard to Obtain a Nurse License in Multiple States?
By Aaron J. Moore, MSN, RN-BC, travel nurse expert

Obtaining a license to practice nursing in another state can seem stressful for new travel nurses. Luckily, there are a few resources to aid nurses in the application process.
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Destination Highlights
Seattle
Exciting opportunities
in Seattle
 
Seattle
After caffeine, the biggest addiction in Seattle is for the outdoors. The city’s abundance of natural beauty inspires even the most committed couch potatoes to indulge in some form of urban recreation.
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PICU: Seattle
Rate $36.71
15-week assignments
PICU: Seattle
Rate $36.71
15-week assignments
OR: Seattle
Rate $33.71
26-week assignments
OR-Neurosurgery: Seattle
Rate $33.71
13-week assignments
*Our travel partners offer a daily meal & incidental allowance. Your pay package includes a tax-exempt component in addition to a set pay rate. Ask your recruiter for more details once you apply.
 
Focus on Travel Nursing
NursesRx NursesRx is a leading travel nursing staffing agency that can help you achieve the career you've trained for, and the lifestyle you've always wanted. With thousands of positions nationwide, NursesRx lets you choose from the very best assignments with top-ranked hospitals and facilities throughout the United States. Learn More  
 
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