In the digital space, people who visit a website or online forum habitually but never leave a comment or take an active role in any way, shape or form are known as lurkers.
We don’t like that term, because it has negative connotations. The truth is, for those of you who visit our website looking to learn more about travel nursing but have yet to commit, we admire your focused approach. Take your time. We’re happy to continue sharing what makes travel nursing amazing with you. However, if you’re reading this and you haven’t yet been able to move forward into the world of travel nursing, we’d like to request that you ask yourself a simple question: “What’s stopping you from trying travel nursing?”
Finding the solution that fits your needs
Every nurse’s path is different, as is their travel nursing career. Yet no matter what your challenges are, we can help you find a travel nursing schedule that fits your needs. If you have young kids at home, for example, you could consider bringing the whole family along for a travel nursing excursion during the summer. Traveling with your family is easier than you may think.
And if you’re in the later stages of your career or you're already retired, you shouldn’t feel as though your opportunity to experience travel nursing has passed you by. In fact, this point in your life is a great time to start travel nursing.
Your travel nursing experience can be as full or limited as you want it to be. Whether you accept a single assignment per year or you're building travel nursing as your sole source of income, your level of participation is entirely up to you.
Focus on the travel
We confess that one of the things we most love about travel nursing is the travel itself. If you’d like to spend more time exploring new places, travel nursing is a wonderful way to fuel your passion. Pick your assignments based on the destinations you most want to visit and pack your bags. With a 13-week stay, you’ll be able to see — and enjoy — everything your destination city has to offer.
Ready to take that first step into travel nursing? Here’s our handy guide on how to prep for your next assignment. Of course, feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.