Saturday, July 11, 2009

Being a Traveling Nurse

Do you know what's great about being a nurse? So many job opportunities are open for you and every day is not monotonous and there's always something new.

But if you really want to see new people and work at different places as a nurse then you should try being a travel nurse! Yup, as the name implies you get to work at different places in America. I'm usually afraid of change and I don't know what to expect but I've heard great testimonials how recruiters from Travel Nurse Across America (TNAA) will help and guide you every step of the way. They will help you find a job and secure you a guaranteed number of hours of work with a competitive wage! Plus they will pay for your credentialing, travel expenses, and they will provide you your very own private housing so all you have to worry about is where you will spend your paid vacation! And the best part about the recruiters from TNAA is that they won't pester you with calls or mailers like I've heard from other travel nurse agencies.

I wish that I could be a traveling nurse someday. I get a very generous compensation no matter what happens (strikes, economic slow down, etc), I get to see new places and experience different cultures, it's just loads of fun!

I know friends who wanted to be flight attendants so that they could get free tickets to places around the world. Who would have thought that being a nurse could also bring such perks.

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