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December 21, 2012
The Best of TravelNursing.com for 2012: Our Readers' Favorite Articles
  Travel Nursing Feature
- Year in Review: 12 Great Cities for Travel Nurses
  Stories from the Road
- Considering Travel Nursing? 7 Things You'll Need to Decide
- Where the Jobs Are in Travel Nursing
 
  More Stories from the Road
- The RV and the Traveler: Part 2 - New this month
- Love, Marriage and Travel Nursing
 
  Ask the Travel Expert
- What Type of Vehicle Would You Recommend for a Travel Nurse? - New this month  
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Travel Nursing Feature  
12 Great Cities for Travel Nurses in 2012   Year in Review: 12 Great Cities for Travel Nurses
Perhaps it's time to venture out and experience some new locations this year with your travel nursing assignments. But before you look, consider the factors that are most important to you. Do you prefer sticking closer to home or traveling somewhere new? Exploring the great outdoors or experiencing top cultural and culinary offerings?
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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 assignments, so don't delay!
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LD: So. California
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PICU: So. California
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SICU: So. California
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CVOR: Arizona
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Case Manager: Texas
Rate $31 & great benefits*
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*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
New Year, New Options in Travel Nursing
 
 
 
 
Stories from the Road  
Considering Travel Nursing? 7 Things You'll Need to Decide
By Melissa Hagstrom, contributor
You've already picked out some dream locations, so what else do you need to decide in order to start working as a travel nurse? Consider this your quick study guide or "cheat sheet" for the most important things to research and decide on before you hit the road.
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Where the Jobs Are in Travel Nursing
By Melissa Hagstrom, contributor
The travel nursing job market is constantly evolving. The "hot" facilities, specialties and locations for travel nursing assignments can change quickly depending on a number of factors ranging from the time of year to census to the current state of the economy.
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More Stories from the Road  
The RV and the Traveler: Part 2
By Joseph Smith, EA, contributor
Did you use an RV on assignment sometime over this past year, or are you considering taking one on your next travel nursing assignment? Here are some tax-related issues to consider before you buy that RV, hit the road, or start preparing your taxes.
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Love, Marriage and...Travel Nursing
By Melissa Hagstrom, contributor
After finding love in nursing school, it was only natural for Jonathan Strok, RN, BSN, and Kristen Strok, RN, BSN, to eventually hit the road as travel nurses together. And it wasn't long before the couple found they were taking their career and their relationship to the next level through travel nursing.
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Ask the Travel Expert  
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What Type of Vehicle Would You Recommend for a Travel Nurse?
By Aaron J. Moore, RN, MSN, columnist

A: Travel nursing certainly does impart the need to bring stuff with you when you go to a new location.  For those assignments that will include driving, just make a few simple choices for your vehicle and how you pack it--and then take your time and enjoy the journey.
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Destination Highlights
New York City
Exciting opportunities
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New York City
The size of the buildings, the number of people, and the cultural attractions make being in New York City like being in no other place in the world.
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ICU: New York City
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LD: New York City
Rate $34
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ER: New York City
Rate $34
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NICU: New York City
Rate $37
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*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
Medical Express Medical Express has just the place for you. With positions all across the country, you can work as a travel nurse in your hometown, near the mountains, at the beach or in the heart of your favorite city. No matter what you value--being close to your family, high pay rates, a flexible schedule or the opportunity to explore new areas of the country--Medical Express knows how to connect you to the people, places and assignments that meet your needs. With an excellent reputation and many years of experience in the travel nursing industry, Medical Express can put you where you want, when you want, any time of the year. Learn More  
 
 
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