As a travel nurse, you’ll get ahead with professional skills, job experience and certifications. These qualifications make you a highly trained nurse who knows what she’s doing. But certain “soft” skills are just as important to help cement you as an expert at your job—and put you ahead of others in your field. Five key
Travel nurses and healthcare professionals have the unique opportunity to work as much, or as little, as they’d like. Still, if you plan to maintain a continuous income, you’ll need to prepare for your next travel assignment during your current travel assignment. Failure to do so could lead to: Longer time lapses than you prefer
As a travel nurse, you need to be well to make others well. It’s important that you stay fit and healthy to be able to deliver the very best patient care. You may feel too tired to exercise by the end of your shift—but did you know fitness actually helps increase your energy? It’s true!
Your travel nurse job references can make or break your job search. You may feel that once you’ve done well at your interview, you’re in the clear; however, this isn’t necessarily the case! The words of others who’ve worked with you can help cement a hiring manager’s decision. And it’s important to be selective and
Inc Magazine announces TaleMed as one of the fastest growing private companies in America! Cincinnati, OH, 8/17/2016 – On Wednesday, August 17th, the Inc 5000 named TaleMed as part of their annual ranking of the fastest growing private companies in America. The program recognizes the top 5000 in the United States based on revenue growth