Travel nursing is a nursing assignment concept in which nurses work temporary assignments at various hospitals throughout the year. For some nurses, traveling can be a permanent career choice, whereas others will take on these assignments on a temporary basis- sometimes months or years at a time. Nurses cite a number of reasons for becoming travelers. Two of these include higher pay and the opportunity to travel the country. In order to be considered a travel nurse, you generally must travel at least 50 miles to the facility from your tax home.
At Nomad, we work with Registered Nurses (RNs) and other healthcare professionals of various specialties and departments, mostly in acute care settings; but we also offer jobs at long-term care facilities, rehabilitation facilities, and other stand-alone facilities across the United States.
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