4 Reasons Nurses Become Travel Nurses

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February 1, 2017
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During a time when one of every four hospital nurses is burned out, travel nursing has never looked so appealing. Nurses become travel nurses for all sorts of reasons, but we’ve narrowed the main reasons down below.

More Money

By now, almost everyone knows travel nurses can make more per hour than full-time nurses. It’s tough putting a dollar amount on it because pay varies by location, demand, specialty, and facility, but it’s not uncommon for travel nurses to earn six figures if they really want it.

Travel Nursing is Flexible

Switching it up after 13 weeks keeps things fresh. You won’t have to worry about hospital politics because you won’t be there long enough for them to suck you in! Plus, you have options. No matter where you want to travel, there are likely openings for you. Travel nursing means no more settling for conditions.

Get Paid to Explore

You’re a travel nurse! You literally get paid to travel all of over the country and deliver healthcare to people most in need. What better opportunity is there to explore and get paid while doing it?

Travel Nurses Have Bomb Resumes

Travel nursing awards you insane opportunities to expand your horizons. Try floating, work some different units, then watch your value skyrocket if you ever decide to settle down with one facility. You need the experience to get the pay and travel nursing is how you get it.

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Find the Travel Job that’s Right for You

Interested in how the pay stacks up in other states not on this list? Our trusty Super Nurse sidekicks are standing by to answer any questions you have. Click below to get information on opportunities in other states!

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