So you want to be a travel nurse. Here’s what to know.
There are exactly zero jobs where you can see the country, while making a serious difference in people’s lives at their most trying and vulnerable time — except for one. Travel nursing can awaken your sense of adventure, and keeps things fresh in a way that no other 9-5 job ever could. Explore new hospitals and cutting-edge facilities, and discover your sense of adventure with contracts in major cities, suburbs, and rural areas across the United States from one of the best travel nursing agencies, Coast Medical Service.
What does a travel nurse do, anyway?
Travel nurses work in a specific location for a particular, limited amount of time, typically four to thirteen weeks at a time, sometimes longer. They are guaranteed a set schedule for the course of the contract, essentially, becoming one of that staff’s team members. Then, once your contract is complete, you're free to head to another location and job placement. Love your new gig? You can request an extension to stay longer.
Why should I work with a professional travel nurse agency?
Travel nurses never get bored, and relish in their short term assignments where they can succeed, then head to the next location to experience something new and fresh. Here’s why else they love their jobs: