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Must-See Attractions to Experience During Your Contract in Maine!

Jul 27, 2020

Traveling professionals enjoy a number of benefits, not the least of which is being able to see different areas of the country for long periods of time. This means you get to enjoy different cultures and geographical locations almost as if you were a resident and not a tourist. 

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How to Successfully Travel as a Pair During the COVID Crisis

May 27, 2020

Are you excited by the idea of traveling but not sure if you want to step out into this adventure on your own? Living in a new city for 13 to 26 weeks may seem a little daunting, especially if it’s your first assignment.

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Dear Pet Owners: How to Successfully Travel With Your Pet

Feb 3, 2020

Being a traveler requires a sense of adventure. For 13 weeks or more, you're living in a new city, meeting new friends, and contributing to a new hospital. Some travelers decide to bring their pets along as it gives them a sense of being home. Since many pets thrive on consistency and a stable environment, moving from place to place can take a toll on their health and their personality.  

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How to Prepare for the Unexpected on a Travel Assignment

Jan 27, 2020

In the medical field, it’s important to expect the unexpected. Heart attack, stroke, diabetic emergency, infections, fevers, and the list goes on. The unexpected may happen in traffic, at the store, or in your own life. Your medical education and experience help you handle medical matters, but what happens when the unexpected happens in your own life?  

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Age Is Just a Number When it Comes to Travel Nursing 

Nov 20, 2019

As you have likely found in the patients you care for, age is just a number. You probably know people who are 65 years old and no longer work or are very mobile. On the other hand, you might know an 85-year-old who still runs and lives independently.