For new travel nurses, travel nursing tax information can be intimidating, fear-provoking, and at some point, discouraging. Imagine being overly excited to explore the world while fulfilling your noble profession as a travel nurse, only to hear harrowing stories of fellow travel nurses who have gone through the convoluted and lengthy process of filing their taxes at the beginning of the year. On top of that, you discover how some of them have lost money and opportunities because they were not
You’ve finished nursing school, gleaned some experience, and now you’re looking for new career moves, opportunities. You enjoy patient care but staying stationary hasn’t ever been your style. Is there a way to move around while you practice your nursing abilities and help as many people as possible? The answer is yes: travel nursing.
Travel nursing offers the best of both worlds when it comes to working as a nurse. Not only do you get to work in
If you’re writing out your New Year’s resolutions and travel nursing makes the list, there’s no time like the present to embark on a travel nursing journey. In the coming year, there will be some major changes that will affect travel nurses. The Nurse Licensure Compact is getting revamped and the need for travel nurses is sure to continue to increase. Check out our complete guide to travel nursing in 2018 to learn the ins and outs of being a traveling nurse!
Why do you want to do travel nursing?
What is Per Diem Nursing?
Your RN license is much more than a card to carry in your wallet. It is a membership to a versatile and ever-changing workforce. Your nursing license is a ticket to make excellent wages, if you’re willing to get creative. It’s also a passport to exciting new locations around the country and even the world. However, if you’re looking to make more money but would like to stick close to home, per diem nursing is an excellent career move. Per Diem, which is Latin
Travel nurses have an innate ability to promote health and healing in our patients. That is what we do. From the moment we stepped into nursing school we were equipped and trained in the art of healing. But let’s face it, travel nursing and health are not synonymous when it comes to nurses themselves.
Travel nurses are so passionate about their jobs and their jobs can be so demanding that they sometimes