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It sounds too good to be true, but as a travel nurse, you can earn more for doing the same job as permanent staff nurses. Plus, you get to fulfill your more adventurous side.
Hospitals are still in need of nurses. Some analysts thought health care jobs would flatten in 2018, according to the research firm Staffing Industry Analysts, but employment grew by 346,000, including 108,000 hospital jobs. To match the demand, the firm called for changes to how travel nurses are hired. As the industry tries to keep up, travel nurses will benefit.
The unfilled jobs gap is widening; there are approximately twice as many healthcare job openings as job hires, according to BLS data. This situation won’t improve any time soon.
But how does it work? What does the salary for a travel nurse look like, and what does it take to succeed in this field? With our free guide, you can learn about travel nursing and how you can get started in this lucrative, in-demand opportunity.
• How travel nursing works
• Salary differences between travel and permanent nurses
• What it takes to travel as a nurse
• Tips on choosing a travel company and negotiating contracts
• How to get started in this field
• And more
Concordia, St. Paul’s Roadmap to Travel Nursing, which is a free resource for learning about travel nurse. Get your copy today!