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4 Questions to Ask Before Accepting a Travel Nursing Assignment

Travel nursing is a great opportunity to see the country while sharing your skills and talents with other health professionals. Unfortunately, nurses who don’t do their research may be in for a rude awakening upon arrival. Here are four questions every travel nurse should ask before accepting a position. Will I Be Required to Float?…

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Why Fact Checking Your Resume Is Vital

Think you don’t have the experience to land your dream job? While you may be tempted to pad your resume with skills and work history you don’t possess, doing this can backfire in the long run. Here are a few reasons that fact checking your resume is vital before you email it to an employer.…

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What Traits Must Travel Nurse Candidates Have?

Nurses have always fulfilled a vital role in our society, and this goes double for travel nurses. Not only do travel nurses visit places both near and far, sharing their skills with other professionals and treating patients in need, but they also allow full-time staff to take much-needed breaks to rest and recuperate. As a…

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Travel Nurse Blog: Part 2

On one of Dwayne’s many updates he provided Remede his bucket list of things to do in the beautiful state of Montana. Here is a snippet from a day in the life of our traveler: This was a text message so please forgive grammatical errors! “I always put forth a bucket list when I go……

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Travel Nurse Blog: Part 1

Travel nursing and allied healthcare staffing may not be for everyone, but after spending 15 minutes talking to Remede Traveler Dwayne, also known as Mr. Adventure, may make you feel that you’re missing a lot by not traveling. Dwayne is fortunate to be on assignment at the famous Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana. This clinic…

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Be a Leader When You Aren’t the Manager

Just because you don’t have a supervisory title doesn’t mean you can’t take on a leadership role. Whether it’s taking responsibility for the outcome of a project or simply setting an example for your peers, leadership skills are in demand at every level. Forget “It’s not my job.” True leaders pitch in wherever they are…

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