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Travel Nursing During the Holidays

Posted November 18, 2019
Travel nursing during the holidays can be a thrilling experience.  The hustle and bustle of a new city and hospital will keep you preoccupied during a normally stressful time for [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

The Full Moon Chronicles

Posted October 31, 2019
October tends to be the month when you hear spooky stories, watch scary movies and purposely walk into a haunted house with the full intention of being scared out of [...] Read More

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

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
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

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

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
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

Nurses, don’t forget your reason why…

Posted April 1, 2019
The days can be long and tiring – heck, one shift can totally put you over the edge!  When these moments come…and they will – remember the reason why you [...] Read More

Hiring Process: 5 Easy Steps To Get Started Quickly!

Posted March 18, 2019
Taking the “leap” in to the travel world can be scary! Once you find the right recruiter/agency for you, it’s time to start the process—but what can you expect? Since [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

You Think Mondays are Bad…

Posted February 4, 2019

Tax Free Pay and The Distance Rule

Posted January 21, 2019
Want to make the most money on your next travel nursing assignment? Of course you do! In this post, we will cover the prerequisites of tax free pay, what taxable [...] Read More

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