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Whether you’re considering a career in nursing or planning to take the next step in your career, it’s a great time to be a nurse.
Nurses have a wide range of options today. From local hospital work to a community clinic in a rural area or a case management office in the city, RNs have important choices to make
All indicators point to a high demand for nursing professionals in traditional settings like hospitals, clinics and physician practices, as well as new sectors like corporate wellness centers and retail establishments.
A 2016 Fast Company magazine put nursing at number one on the list of fastest-growing occupations that require a college education, ahead of software developers and other technology positions. Another indication: the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the nation will need more than 200,000 additional registered nurses in the coming year.
One of the reasons behind the shortage is the gradual shift in the nation’s healthcare system toward primary care services, with an emphasis on wellness and disease prevention. With primary care physicians also in short supply, many nurses have taken on more patient care and case management responsibilities or completed additional training to become nurse practitioners.
Other reasons include the aging of the nation’s healthcare workforce. The American Nurses Association reports that the average age of employed RNs continues to increase and a significant percentage will be retiring in the next few years. That will create career advancement opportunities for younger nurses in healthcare organizations across the country.
Of course, nurses aren’t the Americans who are growing older. As the 70-million Baby Boom generation moves into the traditional post-65 retirement years, their need for medical and nursing care will continue to increase.
Thanks to these nationwide supply and demand trends, now is an excellent time to pursue a career in nursing. Nurses can specialize in a particular field, like pediatrics or oncology, or choose to work in an in-patient, clinic, or non-traditional setting.
Today, there are more options in nursing than ever before, offering a variety of opportunities for rewarding careers. Keep an eye on our job board for nursing opportunities in your area.
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Travel Nurse FAQs
Why do nurses travel?
Nurses travel for many reasons but some of the more common themes include a chance to experience different work environments, see other parts of the country, the freedom of not being tied down, and a chance to meet new people.
What will it take to be a successful travel nurse?
The biggest advantage successful travel nurses have is adaptability. They work to assimilate themselves into new living and work environments and stay flexible in meeting the unique demands of each work location. A good attitude is also very important.
What does it take to be a travel nurse for your company?
We require at least two (2) years of prior nursing experience, a clear state nursing license, completion of our application and on-boarding documents and passing our background checks. It may sound like a lot but don’t sweat it, we will be with you each step of the way.