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Where To Be A Travel Nurse This Winter

Winter is coming, and so is your next winter travel nurse assignment. Why not try something new? This is a good time to ask yourself: Am I a snowbird or a snow bunny? If you don’t know, this could be the time to go somewhere with a climate you’ve never tried before. If you do already know, then you know what to do. Here are some hot—and cool—spots for you to check out this winter.

When You’re Cool

So you’re a snow bunny. Then hit the slopes during your off time.

Colorado (Current pay rates $35-$56.50/hour)

skiEver wanted to ski or snowboard in Estes Park, Breckenridge, or Vail? This is your chance. Head to the Centennial State and experience some of the best ski areas in the country—most of them are within a day’s drive from Denver. Be ready to enjoy cold mornings and plenty of snow, as well as picturesque landscapes, art, and colorful western culture. (more…)

This entry was posted on Tuesday, September 13th, 2016.
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Go Off the Beaten Path on Your Next Travel Nurse Assignment

So you’re thinking about travel nursing. Or maybe you’re already a travel nurse and you’re looking for your next assignment. Sure, you’ve heard about—and possibly already experienced—great travel nurse jobs in Alaska, California, Florida, or Texas. But don’t forget, there are 50 states, and many, many cities to experience and explore. Maybe it’s time to practice your top notch clinical skills in some places you might not have originally considered, such as Wisconsin, New Mexico, Massachusetts, West Virginia, and Idaho.

Before we dive into the enticing details about each of these states, now is a good time to consider a key factor of being a travel RN: cost of living. Depending on the city you choose, your cost of living can be dramatically different, and it’s good to remember that a bit more expendable income could make a huge difference in your experience. (more…)

This entry was posted on Thursday, August 18th, 2016.
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