TravelNursing

 
August 24, 2013
In this Issue
  Travel Nursing Feature
- A Primer for Getting Your Nursing License in Another State
  Stories from the Road
- Travel Nurse, Grandmother and Adventurer--from East Coast to West
- The Fall Getaway Guide for Travel Nurses
 
  News for Nurses
- How Break-in-Service Rules Impact a Traveler's Tax Breaks
- Nurses, Overtime and Depression: Is There a Link?
 
  Ask the Travel Expert
- Let's Get Certified!
  And more

 
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Travel Nursing Feature  
A Primer for Getting Your Nursing License in Another State   A Primer for Getting Your Nursing License in Another State
There can be many incentives for moving across state lines. Perhaps you want to live closer to family, or maybe you're giving the travel nursing lifestyle a whirl. Maybe you want to test the waters in a new city with a temporary assignment, or perhaps you're looking for a new permanent job. Regardless of your reason, however, you need to make sure you have a valid nursing license for the state in which you'll be working. But where do you start?
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ER: California
Rate $32 & great benefits*
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LD: Texas
Rate $34 & great benefits*
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Pedi: Arizona
Rate $35 & great benefits*
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ER-Level 1 Trauma: New York
Rate $38 & great benefits*
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Neuro ICU: Minnesota
Rate $38 & great benefits*
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.
 
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Looking Ahead
The next issue of Travel Nursing will focus on
Getting the Travel Job You Want: Interviewing Tips & More
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Stories from the Road  
Travel Nurse, Grandmother and Adventurer--from East Coast to West
When Rebecca Kjolberg, RN, became a nurse she knew that eventually she wanted to work as a travel nurse. "My goal was to find the area of nursing that I most enjoyed and then to be able to travel--to see the U.S. while working and go sightseeing with my husband," Kjolberg said.
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The Fall Getaway Guide for Travel Nurses
Summer may be winding down, but that's no reason for travel nurses to stow their bags. The cooler weather and changing seasons offer ideal conditions for a quick midweek or weekend getaway this fall. So, no matter where you find yourself on assignment, Travelnursing.com has scoured the country to find these easy, last-minute trips.
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News for Nurses  
How Break-in-Service Rules Impact a Traveler's Tax Breaks
By Joseph Smith, EA, MTax
A few months ago I explained some of the tax impacts of the One Year Rule for health care travelers. Now let's finish with a look at break-in-service rules--important when considering multiple or extended assignments in one location.
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Nurses, Overtime and Depression: Is There a Link?
It's no secret that nurses have demanding jobs. But can the combination of long work hours and high demands of their job also contribute to the chances that they might develop depression? New research out of Japan suggests that it can.
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Ask the Travel Expert  
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Let's Get Certified!
By Aaron J. Moore, RN-BC, MSN, travel nurse expert
I recently got certified through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). The test was long and I had to study a bit, but I passed and now get to put BC (board certified) behind my name. Now this may seem like I'm bragging myself up, but as I walked out of the testing center I was kicking myself more than celebrating.
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Destination Highlights
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San Diego
This California city is what the Golden State is all about: miles of sun-kissed beaches, year-round idyllic weather and a patchwork playground of multi-flavored communities.
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NICU: San Diego
Rate $32
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PICU: San Diego
Rate $33
13-week assignments
Pedi Hemat/Oncology: San Diego
Rate $30.40
13-week assignments
ICU: San Diego
Rate $32.39
18-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
American Mobile Since its inception in 1985, American Mobile Healthcare has set the highest standards in professional recruitment for the travel healthcare industry. Our professional staffing team offers unparalleled customer service and industry commitment, as well as top pay and benefits. Now, the new AmericanMobile.com allows you to chat with recruiters, get mobile job alerts and more. Learn More  
 
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