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How to Make the Most Money as a Travel Nurse

October 31, 2019

As a travel nurse, you can expect to make more money than a typical staff nurse in general. This is thanks to the fact that you’ll be filling in-need positions and working with an agency who negotiates a compensation package on your behalf. If you’re new to the field, it’s important that you know some […]

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12 Tips to Make $100K as a Travel Nurse

October 25, 2019

By now, you have probably heard that travel nurses can earn more money than staff nurses, but you may have not been prepared for just how high your earnings can reach. Although the average reported wage for a travel nurse is around the $88K range, that number can vary widely based on factors like where […]

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Travel Nursing RN State Licensing Resource

September 3, 2019

Obtaining a nursing license, whether initial or through endorsement can be confusing and overwhelming, especially since each state has its own set of individual requirements and timeframes. With the expansion of the Enhanced Nursing Compact License (eNLC), working in multiple states or accepting travel nursing assignments quickly is much easier. Nurses have the ability to […]

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Current Nursing Compact States | Updated July 2019

July 30, 2019

By Kathleen Gaines BSN, RN, BA, CBC Editor’s Note: Louisiana and Kansas have joined the eNLC as of July 1st. Indiana will join in January 2020 and Alabama is still waiting for their implementation date. Washington, Vermont, Michigan, and Illinois each had bills denied to join the eNLC with no plans to reintroduce legislation. Pennsylvania […]

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A Short Guide To Multi-State RN Licensing

July 30, 2019

By Kathleen Gaines BSN, RN, BA, CBC Travel nursing is an exciting opportunity to travel the country while working in the nation’s top hospitals, but figuring out nursing license requirements for each state can be overwhelming. The good news: The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) developed the Nursing Licensure Compact (NLC), which […]

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