Why do you want to travel? Is it money, the experience, or perhaps both? Can I afford to travel? How does this affect my personal life?
Confirm if weekends, evenings or on-call are expected. Get clarification on accommodations and other necessities.
Be familiar with the area you will be living, as well as the lay of the facility where you will be working, and importantly, the parking if applicable. It is ideal to live withing a reasonable proximity to your new work place.
There are many social media groups, travel nursing sites and experienced travelers to get insight. Join relevant support groups. It can also be a great way to make new friend.
Working in the medical field is no doubt demanding. Long hours and night shifts are often the norm. It is more likely that more opportunity will be available for those that can be flexible.
As a traveler, “less is more”. The beauty of minimalism is that it allows flexibility for future opportunities. Always remember the necessities; your certifications/credentials, and government id’s. A passport and comfy shoes are recommended, too? You are a traveler, after all!
ALLIED HEALTH 1 – UP TO $1000
ALLIED HEALTH 2 – UP TO $600
ALLIED HEALTH 3 AND NON CLINICAL – UP TO $300
C LEVEL POSITIONS (CEO, PHYSICIANS)
RN & NP