Today, more than ever before, cities across the country need additional help in their hospitals and other medical facilities. With COVID-19 spreading throughout the nation, even states that reported low numbers of the virus before may start seeing hotspots beginning to develop. These communities will need additional medical staff, and travel nurses will be on those front lines. If you’ve been considering travel nursing, here are some of the basics you’ll need to know to get started.
The Benefits of Travel Nursing
Travel nursing as a career has a lot to offer nurses considering traveling. Not only will you receive higher pay and bonuses, housing, and travel reimbursements, there’s more. Travel nursing offers professional flexibility with jobs that vary in length as well as environment and location. You will also get the opportunity to live in a new place and meet new people.
The Challenges of Travel Nursing
Of course, there may be some challenges along the way, too. This just means you have to weigh your options and determine what’s best for your career and lifestyle at the time. Feeling homesick can be a big obstacle for some travel nurses. You may have an unpredictable schedule, as with any nursing job. While these may be challenges, they’re not insurmountable if the benefits outweigh taking on a nursing assignment.
Support from a Dedicated Staffing Service
For these reasons, you want to carefully select the agency you work with for travel nursing jobs. Working with CornerStone Medical offers you a host of benefits including, but not limited to, the following:
- A dedicated recruiter
- Resume writing assistance
- Job alerts via text
- Weekly pay
You will be able to partner with your recruiter to help you find assignments in locations that match your skills and interests.
Jobs in Travel Nursing
Do you think you’re ready to take on travel nursing? As the country continues to work around the clock against the effects of COVID-19, travel nurses are more in demand than ever. But just because we’re still dealing with a pandemic doesn’t mean other medical issues stop happening. That means hospitals and clinics still have needs for nurses with other areas of specializations, including kidney dialysis, cardiac care, and pediatrics, just to name a few.
Do you need help finding a job as a travel nurse?
Check out our current opportunities or call CornerStone Medical in Dallas TX today.