BEST OFFERS TO EXPECT FOR BEING A TRAVEL NURSE
Travel nurses are also popular, with today’s nursing shortage, temporary staffing is one of the solution, the season to season’s demand for more nurses force hospitals in certain areas to hire temporary travel nurses.
This way, enough number of nurses are guaranteed to take care of those patients in need of medical attention.
These nurses allow health care centers to counterpart their staff by hiring temporary support staff during peak times. Helping the said institutions to have someone on-call for emergency conditions or when full-time staffing cuts are probably expected.
According to Indeed, a widely renowned job site, a travel nurse needs these common qualifications:
- A graduate from an accredited school of nursing, must be BSN preferred
- Present state license or compact license
- A minimum of 2 years field experience (pediatrics, medical, surgical, etc.)
- BCLS required
- ACLS preferred
Being a travel nurse entails these BEST OFFERS:
FREEDOM. Being a travel nurse allows you to work anytime and anywhere you want, enabling you to build new relationships and widen up your connection to different health care sectors while shaping your career.
COMPETITIVE PAY. Travel nurses’ income is based on salary rates by region, nursing specialty, type of assignment, etc. There is no average travel nurse pay, but mostly travel nurses can get a much higher pay than most staff positions coupled with incredible offers like allowances, free lodging, and reimbursements.
OPPORTUNITIES. As a travel nurse you can go to different destinations which you longed to visit. Check out: Top 50 Cities for Travel Nurses In 2018 Also, some bigger offers like lodging, staying in beautiful apartments, and extended hotel stays are just one of these. Some might offer more from these amenities than you least expected.
Erudite Nursing Institute, supports the call for more travel nurse in filling a critical gap with nursing shortage. With travel nursing, nurses can be flexible with their choices at the same getting higher pays than usual.
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