TravelNursing

 
March 4, 2013
In this Issue
  Travel Nursing Feature
- Answering the Most Common Questions about Travel Nursing
  Stories from the Road
- Which Travel Nursing Specialties Are in Demand?
- Enjoy Your New Home but Don't Forget the One Year Rule
 
  News for Nurses
- Regional Projections for the Nursing Workforce
- Three Ways to Be a Better Nurse
 
  Ask the Travel Expert
- How Do I Impress the Manager in My First Travel Nurse Interview?
  And more

 
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Travel Nursing Feature  
Answering the Most Common Questions about Travel Nursing   Answering the Most Common Questions about Travel Nursing
By Megan M. Krischke, contributor
Although registered nurses decide to become travel nurses for a variety of reasons--to find adventure, build their résumés, increase income, or visit a specific location--most have similar questions before they begin. TravelNursing.com spoke to two top recruiters to find out the answers to prospective travelers’ most pressing questions.
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ICU: Texas
Rate $33 & great benefits*
2 yrs' experience
Tele: Texas
Rate $31 & great benefits*
2 yrs' exp., ACLS
ER: Texas
Rate $38 & great benefits*
13-week assignments
NICU: Pennsylvania
Rate $33.46 & great benefits*
13-week assignments
ICU: California
Rate $33 & great benefits*
2 yrs' exp., BLS, ACLS

*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.