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What Changes Should Travel Nurses Expect In 2023?

A career in travel nursing continues to be an excellent choice for many. Yet as with most things affected by the COVID pandemic, there’s now a “new normal” to consider. When the demand exploded from 2019-2022 during the pandemic, so did the hourly rates that hospitals were paying. As travel nurse salaries rose, so did… Read more »

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Nurses: Master These 3 Resume Skills to Land the Job You Want

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics documents that the healthcare field, including nursing, is growing with an abundance of available jobs across the country. Though there are excellent opportunities for RNs, NPs, Allied Health Professionals, and other health workers, that doesn’t mean employers aren’t being selective about whom they hire. Most hiring managers only spend… Read more »

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5 Career Opportunities for Allied Health Professionals Management Registry

With summer upon us, you may think that now isn’t the time to be searching for a job. But the fact it, right now is a great time to be an Allied Healthcare Professional looking for that next great opportunity! Here’s why. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, (BLS) the allied health… Read more »

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How a Different Approach to Multitasking Can Make You More Efficient

Before we discuss whether or not multitasking is a best practice, let’s define the term: Multitasking is attempting to do more than two things simultaneously.  But is multitasking really a good way to go about your work day? Many managers and workers think it is. But according to various experts, our brains don’t handle multitasking… Read more »

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How To Calm Your Nerves Before A Big Interview

You have a big job interview around the corner. This is a position you’re really interested in, with an employer that’s been on your radar for quite some time now — so the pressure is on. Of course, you realize you won’t be your best self in the interview if you’re a bundle of nerves,… Read more »

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RN Application Asks for References? Here's Who You Should Ask

Hiring a new RN is a very big deal, so employers want to be sure they’re making the right choice. Checking references is typically a huge part of this, because no one can speak to your work better than those who know you professionally. You’re currently in the process of filling out a nursing job… Read more »

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Top Nursing Job Interview Tips

You just got the call inviting you to interview for a nursing job you’re really interested in. If you’re like most people, you’re simultaneously nervous and excited, because you really want the job, but interviews make you at least a bit anxious. Advance preparation is the key to calming your nerves and making a fantastic… Read more »

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You’ve been a nurse for a while now, and you can’t imagine a better job. You’re happy enough where you are, but you’re thinking about shaking things up by becoming a travel nurse. Enjoy the best of both worlds by continuing to do the job you’re passionate about while embarking on a new adventure. Here’s… Read more »

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Being a nurse is your passion, but you’re ready for something more than your current job. Whether the care facility you’re in is a poor fit, you’re looking to focus on a specialty, or you’re ready to find a more senior-level position, you’re in the market for a new job. Sure, you can get a… Read more »

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Things are good at work right now. You enjoy your job and you like your co-workers, but you don’t plan to stay with the company forever. There’s absolutely no rush to take the next step in your career. In fact, you’re not actively looking for a new position. However, you’re interested in making a move… Read more »