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Andrea Rupnow
Travel Recruiter

Travel Nurse Resume Tips

Posted September 16, 2019
The tedious and daunting task of writing your travel nurse resume; where to start? It’s hard enough to DO your job every day, much less be able to write about [...] Read More
Eden Mueller
Per Diem Recruiter

Per Diem Nursing: Who Is It NOT For?

Posted September 2, 2019
If you have friends in the nursing profession that work per diem through an agency, you have probably asked yourself, “why am I not pursuing agency work?” When you begin [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Handling Conflict in the Workplace, the Right Way

Posted August 19, 2019
Nurses are trained to handle a multitude of complex health-related issues on a daily basis. However, something you can’t learn in nursing school is how to deal with other types [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
Marketing Guru

Positively Impacting Lives – The Tale of One Recruiter

Posted August 5, 2019
Hi there – I’m excited to introduce myself to all of you! My name is Diane, and I’ve been a recruiter at Nurses PRN for five years. I had been [...] Read More
Andrea Rupnow
Travel Recruiter

Canceling a contract – what’s the big deal?!

Posted July 15, 2019
Canceling a contract, what’s the big fuss? Is it really that big of a deal if you back out?  When you look at the big picture, you’ll soon understand how [...] Read More
Eden Mueller
Per Diem Recruiter

How To Become a Per Diem Nurse: Step by Step Guide

Posted July 1, 2019
Per diem nursing is a great way to maintain a career and personal life.  Nurses choose per diem nursing for various reasons, whether you want supplemental income or more time [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Nurses, Sleep Will Benefit You in More Ways Than One!

Posted June 17, 2019
It’s no secret that getting enough sleep is important for living a healthy life. However, for nurses, sleep will benefit you and your patients’ health simultaneously. With a busy schedule [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
Marketing Guru

Tell Me Again How Hard You Work?

Posted June 3, 2019
Nurses, you deserve a medal in our minds. Your job is not for the weak of minds or hearts. The outside world may take for granted all of your hard [...] Read More
Andrea Rupnow
Travel Recruiter

Travel Nurse Contracts: Apply Early!

Posted May 20, 2019
You don’t like to feel rushed—I get it, no one does! So why when working with a travel nurse agency does your recruiter seem to need things “right now” in [...] Read More
Eden Mueller
Per Diem Recruiter

Still Deciding on Per Diem? Here’s a Few More Perks!

Posted May 6, 2019
I’m sure you’ve probably dreamed of working in a nursing position where you could create your own schedule, work the weekends and holidays you want (have I mentioned weekends and [...] Read More

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