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Why I Love Travel Nursing and You Will, Too!

Their pictures tell part of the story. Their words tell the rest: Great pay! Super Support! Generous benefits! What’ s not to love?

WhyI LoveTravel NursingADVENTURE. “Being a travel nurse has allowed me to explore the U.S. and learn about other places and cultures.” —Denise B., RN*

GREAT PAY. “Awesome compensation and benefits.” —Tony K., RN*

HIRED! “It took three hours from the time I met my recruiter to contract signing. That absolutely rocks!” —Steve S., RN*

SUPER SUPPORT. “My recruiter and my housing and QA coordinators are always there for me.” —Rosa C., RN*

LOCATION, LOCATION. “I had some health issues last year. But that wasn’t a problem—I got a job where my doctor was. The best part was that it was down the road from our children.” —Janice A., RN*

EASY DOES IT! “All you have to do is pack your suitcase and take your toothbrush—everything else is set up for you.” —Lisa M., RN*

NO POLITICS! “I was stressed and getting burned out from hospital politics and staffing holes. Not so anymore. Traveling is one of my  ‘family’ and will forever hold a best career choices.” —Becky S., RN*

NEW FRIENDS. “My recruiter will always be part of my special place in my heart.” —Terri P., RN*

COMFORTABLE QUARTERS. “When I got to my site, I found my housing to be well furnished and equipped with everything I needed as a traveler.” —Olivia L., RN*

FAMILY FUN. “I’ve been a traveling nurse for many years. Last year my wife started traveling with me. On a whim we bought an RV. We’ve worked throughout the Southwest and now we are in California. We winter in Monterey—life’s tough!” —Richard and Sherri M., RNs*

*We’d like to thank all of these travel nurses who shared thoughts and photos from their happy experiences with Advantage RN.

Nurses’ snapshots, from top: In Vermont, Jennifer W. celebrates her climb to the top of Mt. Hunger, and captures a lovely lotus and a sunset over Lake Champlain; Alison M.’s photos include a hungry bear and the northern lights of Denali Park, Alaska; Jennifer W. leaps into a swimming hole in Bolton Valley, Vt.; and Nancy P. stands proudly in front of her new trailer in Riverton, Wyo.

This article was originally posted in Scrubs Magazine.

This entry was posted on Thursday, February 7th, 2013.
Posted in News & Announcements, Travel Nurse Adventures, Travel Nurse Talk & Tips.
Tagged: travel nursing